Marcus Tullius Cicero    (the Social Set of Catullus)
Publius Clodius Pulcher (Clodia's brother) had Cicero banished in 58 B.C., demolished his house, and set up a Temple of Liberty on the site.

In 56 B.C., Cicero defended Caelius, who had been charged with attempting to poison Clodia.
A considerable part of his speech (Pro Caelio) is devoted to an invective against Clodia.

In 54 B.C. Cicero defended Vatinius against Calvus.

(From the image collection of Leslie Flood at VRoma)
Ironic poem praising Cicero's career as an advocate:
Poem 49DISERTISSIME Romuli nepotum