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Statistics About The Most Famous Lawyers

The most famous lawyers have a wide range of specialties, with some focusing on criminal defense, others on civil litigation, and many having high-profile clients in government and entertainment.

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"S.Chandrashekhar was an advocate of the Indian Bar, and has successfully dealt with more than 4000 cases in his lifetime."

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"Abraham Lincoln, before becoming the 16th President of the United States, won nearly 300 cases during his time as a lawyer."

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"Robert Kardashian was part of the "Dream Team" that successfully defended O.J. Simpson during his murder trial."

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"Clarence Darrow defended Leopold and Loeb in the 1924 trial, resulting in life imprisonment instead of the death penalty."

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"Cicero was a famous Roman lawyer who is known to have won many high-profile cases and served as consul in 63 BCE."

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"Mahatma Gandhi practiced law in both India and South Africa before becoming a prominent leader in India's independence movement."

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"William Kunstler was known for defending the Chicago Seven in a highly publicized trial in the 1960s."

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"Nelson Mandela co-founded South Africa's first black law firm, Mandela and Tambo, in 1952."

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"Ruth Bader Ginsburg presented multiple cases that led to the Supreme Court's decision to strike down laws that discriminated based on gender."

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"Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice, successfully argued 29 out of 32 cases before the Supreme Court."

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"Alan Dershowitz has been involved in over 250 criminal cases over the span of his career."

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"Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped facilitate the landmark case, Reed v. Reed, which led to the recognition of gender discrimination under the 14th Amendment."

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"Johnnie Cochran is best known for his role in the O.J. Simpson trial, which was one of the most-watched trials in television history."

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"Judge Judy Sheindlin retired in 2020 after 25 years on television, holding the title of the longest-serving judge in courtroom TV history."

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"Clarence Darrow was involved in over 100 cases during his career, including the famous Scopes "Monkey" Trial."

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"Sir Thomas More, who served as Lord Chancellor of England, is recognized for his opposition to Henry VIII's separation from the Catholic Church."

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"F. Lee Bailey defended Sam Sheppard, the inspiration behind "The Fugitive," and won his acquittal in 1966."

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"Gloria Allred has represented clients in dozens of high-profile gender discrimination cases."

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"Sandra Day O’Connor authored over 2800 opinions during her 24 years on the Supreme Court."

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"Aaron Burr, the third Vice President of the United States, was also a prominent lawyer who handled numerous high-profile cases."

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