29 February 2024

James Brosnahan has helped shape our legal landscape for six decades

James Brosnahan is one of California’s most distinguished litigators, with a career that spans the Robert Kennedy Justice Department, 55 years in private practice in California, and more than 150 jury trials. His cases have mirrored the issues of our times, tackling challenges like refugees, gender battles, sexual taboos, terrorism, government misconduct, wrongful imprisonment, free speech, legal work in war zones, poverty and murder on Native American Reservations, and hunger in America. He shares his story with us and in his memoir, “Justice at Trial: Courtroom Battles and Groundbreaking Cases.”

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