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Paige Tungate, 30

When she argued her first substantive motion in court, Paige Tungate realized she had overcome her anxiety about public speaking and entered a profession she had long respected.

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Lisa Tsacoumangos, 36

Her esire to help others motivated Lisa Tsacoumangos to attend law school at night while working at a full-time job.

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Julia Taylor, 39

Julia Taylor’s high school aptitude assessment placed her ideal career as either lawyer or florist.

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O. Nicole Smith, 30

Inspired at age 11 to pursue a legal career after acting out a trial of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping in school, Nicole Smith now pursues justice in mass torts, product liability and catastrophic personal injury cases.

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Aaron Sanders, 36

Aaron Sanders has earned the trust of his clients and the other attorneys in his firm because of his commitment to timeliness and the quality of his work.

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Camille L. Roe, 39

Camille Roe is the first person in her family to graduate from law school and practice law.

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John E. Richardson Jr., 40

During his 14-year legal career, John Richardson has represented nearly 200 clients diagnosed with mesothelioma, one of the rarest and deadliest forms of cancer.

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Lindsay Todd Perkins, 39

A desire to understand the rules governing society motivated Lindsay Perkins to choose a career as a lawyer rather than as a psychologist or a competitive slalom water skier.

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Rachel A. Orr, 38

The best job advice Rachel Orr said she ever received was to obtain an LL.M. degree following law school.

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Wendi Alper-Pressman

Beyond advocating for her clients, Wendi Alper-Pressman has created a legacy of advocating for other women attorneys at Lathrop GPM.

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