Every year, the national polling firm Woodward-White performs an exhaustive search for the country’s best attorneys and publishes their names in “The Best Lawyers in America.”

Editor's Note

Chiseled in Stone

I lived in the Deep South in the early 1980s and the stone water fountains in our town park still had “White Only” chiseled into them. No one paid much notice, except to point out how slowly some things change.

Politics & Opinion

My New Normal

As both a writer and borderline hermit, says Adi Rule, she was already living in quasi isolation pre-COVID-19. But actual isolation now has her worrying about potentially exploding chickens, a Cheez-It obsessed parrot and high-stakes games of virtual whist.

The Worst Places

When you’re sitting in summer beach traffic at the Hampton tolls or fending off ticks and tourists in the mountains, it can be hard to remember why we believe New Hampshire is the best place to live. Still better than Massachusetts though.