The Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles invites you to join us for:

Celebrities and Controversy:

From Defending Harvey Weinstein to Protecting Revenge Porn Victims

a discussion and networking event

 Tuesday, April 30, 2019

6:00 pm networking

7:00 pm program

at

Beverly Hills Bar Association

9420 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90212

Cost: $15 in advance including beer, wine, and appetizers.

Buy tickets here (click "add to cart"), or $20 at the door.

From #MeToo to alleged hate crime hoaxes to college admissions scandals, and from politics to revenge porn, celebrity controversy is all around us. On cable news and in social media and when talking with friends and family, our culture is obsessed. Please join us for what should be a thought-provoking discussion with experts in managing celebrity crises. Panelists will include:

 

Blair Berk (HLS ’90), who has been a criminal defense attorney for Harvey Weinstein, Mel Gibson, Brittney Spears, and others.

James Feldman (HLS ’96), who represents actors, directors, writers and producers in the film, television and digital industries. He is also an adjunct professor at Southwestern Law School.

Walter Mosley (HLS ’05), who has represented celebrity victims of revenge porn, including Blac Chyna and Teairra Mari.

Karen Civil, a publicist for the late Nipsey Hussle, and others.

 

The cost of this event is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Your ticket includes beer, wine, and appetizers. You can buy advance tickets here (click "add to cart" and select the number you'd like). HarvardKey login required to buy in advance.

 

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When:

Tuesday, 04/30/19 at 6:00pm - 9:00pm | iCal

Where:

Beverly Hills Bar Association
9420 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

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