As a writer who has interviewed and written about remarkable individuals in business, the arts, education, and the non-profit sectors, one stands out and resonates powerfully during these troubled times--David Boies--the prominent attorney whose passion for justice for all has been the overarching theme of his 50-year- career. As you will see from the cover story that was published in February 2015 by The Wag, the leading monthly lifestyle publication in Westchester, New York, Boies is passionate about the unfinished work of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 in terms of addressing the rights of many in our society who do not have access to all "the rights our free society offers." He credits his father, who was a high school teacher of American history, for instilling "in me a deep appreciation about how far we have become a more just society since our country’s founding and how much more we need to do." Boies' inspiring example is indeed a reminder that civil rights will one day become America's most enduring legacy and example for the world when all barriers have been eradicated so that all Americans can enjoy these rights. http://www.wagmag.com/david-boies-fight-justice-for-all/