Fight without quarter, pursuit without rest,
justice without qualification.
Trial lawyers who fight for justice in the community are like the gladiators of Rome. They go up against daunting odds, facing opponents that are often heavily armed, whilst they have little but their conviction and passion to do the right thing. This painting is the perfect reflection of the extraordinary plaintiff and civil rights work done by the Romanucci Blandin firm, facing down corporate negligence and the dysfunctional criminal justice system in Chicago and throughout the nation.
"The credit belongs to the one who is actually in the arena."Theodore Roosevelt