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About Jenny Burman

Jenny Burman is a writer and editor based in Los Angeles. Her work has been published in the Los Angeles Times, LAWeekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine, and Tin House, among other publications.

Articles Written by Jenny Burman

In the Thick of It

The founders of Hepburn Hernandez & Jung do what they love: trials 

Promoting Pro Bono

Diane Menashe has a knack for enlisting people to lend a hand—especially to those in the criminal justice system

The Home Front

Michael Bracamontes fights for families in danger of being evicted


Ilona Antonyan keeps defying expectations

Deadline L.A.

Guy Gruppie had the best job in the world: sports reporter; then he got a better one

Family Feud

How Kent Wicker helped three Kentucky sisters land their rightful inheritance

The ABCs of Kindness

How a group of local attorneys launched an organization to help the homeless 

Ford Explorer

How Lorraine D’Alessio went from international model to immigration attorney

In the Bees

If Jeff Spangler isn’t advising banking clients, he’s most likely out checking his hives

The ‘Architectural Downfall’ of Fred Joseph

How the Louisville attorney worked his passions for civil rights and building into a community-based real estate practice

The Tax ‘Angel’

Elizabeth Copeland spearheaded a program to help low-income taxpayers stand up to the IRS

Looking Around Corners

Janet Gilligan Abaray is all about doing the research, learning the science, then visualizing how the pieces of a case will come together

A Planner and a Poet

Susan Wheatley likes things organized—in estate plans or stanzas

Disaster Duty

Gulfport lawyer Teri Wyly looks after the land, come hurricane or oily water

Defending the Product

Cincinnati litigator Carolyn Taggart takes the sting out of facts that might trip up a jury

That Samurai Charm

For her work in his defense, one client gave malpractice attorney Susan Blasik-Miller a sword as a thank you gift

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