Los Angeles Employment Lawyer
Trained in The Halls of Harvard
When you are facing an employment law issue, you can hire any lawyer, or you can enlist the services of a rigorously-trained lawyer with the academic and legal excellence demanded at Harvard Law School. While many attorneys take as many cases as possible to make more money, a Harvard-trained lawyer has the depth of knowledge and respect for the law needed to use it to fight for justice. Alan Burton Newman is proud to use his Harvard education to be a “superhero” lawyer for his clients. He knows that results change lives, and he fights to obtain them.
What It Means to Be Trained by Harvard
With its long history, Harvard is an institution doesn’t just teach United States law—it sets the standard for national legal academics. Harvard Law School has alumni that are leaders in global business and law. Two Harvard Law School graduates have even become President of the United States. Harvard Law School graduates don’t just become lawyers—they are world changers.
Facts about Harvard:
- It was founded in 1817
- 16 Harvard Law graduates have served as Justices of the Supreme Court
- Notable alumnae and alumni include Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Loretta Lynch, Antonin Scalia, and many, many more.
Answering the Call of Those in Need
Alan Burton Newman’s time at Harvard showed him how to use the law to make a real difference in the lives of clients. Mr. Newman only takes cases from clients that he believes are being truthful. By doing this, Mr. Newman knows that he is using his experience to make a difference for those that deserve his help. After over 35 years and millions of dollars won for clients, Alan Burton Newman is proud to join the long list of difference-makers in the history of Harvard Law School.
Contact Alan Burton Newman today at (310) 986-2792 for a free consultation of your case. Results matter and you only pay if we obtain them.