John Edwards Appears in Front of Jury Again—as Counsel

A conversation with John Edwards about his return to legal practice.

, The American Lawyer


Six years after the former U.S. senator from North Carolina destroyed his once-promising political career, Edwards is back in the courtroom as a trial lawyer, having reactivated his law license. He discusses his return to legal practice with staff writer Susan Beck.

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  • Emily Sue Dillon

    Hi John,
    I would love to speak to you about a case that involves a man in prison and the injustice that has been done to him. Virgil Goode told me Saturday that you and the Governor were close and you may could help me to help him. Please consider this request to talk. 540-483-1113 home

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