A look back at one critic's opinion on the best 10 episodes, chronological order, from the five years.
Charles Lagola loves it when no one notices his production designs for "The Practice." "To have the audience take notice of a location or a set in our kind of show is a bad thing," he says.
When people recognize Michael Emerson for his work on "The Practice," they're not always sociable.
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Most people attend law school to become attorneys. Some, however, use it as a steppingstone to land a writing gig on "The Practice."
"High Fidelity" scribes Steve Pink and D.V. DeVincentis and producing partner Patrick O'Neill have inked a two-year, mid-seven-figure overall deal with Touchstone Television.
When it comes to legal dramas on television, there's pre-O.J. and post-O.J. Thanks to Mr. Simpson, Johnnie Cochran, et al, courtroom shows now have a checks-and-balance system.
Each episode of "The Practice" represents countless combined working hours from conception to completion, requiring the collaborative talents and efforts -- conceptual, technical, managerial and…
David E. Kelley is talking up "The Practice" and the clock, as always, is ticking. Leisurely chit-chat, especially from the big guy himself, is a rarity at the Raleigh Studios lot in scenic Manhattan…
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