As a music industry reporter for Daily Variety and the LA Times, Jean Rosenbluth lived the heady life with front row seats to any concert and easy access to celebrities. She gave it all up for a career in law. Why?
A real estate lawyer in Los Angeles, Amy Forbes thrives on the creative side of her work and on collaborating with architects and community members.
Author and filmmaker Kay Mouradian is on a mission: to educate students about the Armenian Genocide.
Whether he’s working on a legal case or curating a Holocaust exhibition — Randol Schoenberg of Woman in Gold movie fame approaches every task with a lawyer’s mind. He knows how to jump in, learn something quickly and explain it to someone else.
Steven Hovagimian, a Syrian born Armenian in Los Angeles, was raised as a girl until he turned seven and sent to live in Austria before he was a teenager. My profile shows how the trauma of genocide echoes down through the generations. It won second place at the 2016 Los Angeles Press Club Awards.
My profile of Woman in Gold lawyer Randol Schoenberg for the USC Law Magazine was picked up by the USC Trojan Family Magazine.
Passionate about politics and adept in statistics, Supreme Court scholar Lee Epstein deciphers the mystery of how judges decide.
Carly Rogers, an occupational therapist from LA, created an ocean therapy program that is changing the lives of Marines, war veterans and children who have been abused.
Lisbeth Zwerger hätte Bankangestellte werden können. Weil sie aber von Phantasiegeschäften mehr versteht als von der Welt des Geldes, illustriert sie lieber Kinderbücher.
Die Presse, Schaufenster 12/20/1991