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Jeffrey Steinberger


Jeffrey W. Steinberger is a veteran trial attorney and the founder and senior partner of The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Steinberger , a Professional Corporation in Beverly Hills, California. Jeffrey has extensive experience in criminal, civil, entertainment and class Action/mass product liability litigation, and his firm is one of the largest in mass tort/class action litigation.

In addition to Jeffrey's private legal practice, he has also served as a Judge Pro Tem for the past 20 years in the Los Angeles Superior Court System. He formerly worked for the Los Angeles County prosecutor's office and is currently a professor of law at the University of West Los Angeles School of Law teaching a class on media and the law and how they interface in this modern technological era.

Jeffrey was the featured TV legal analyst and commentator on the following high-profile cases: the Michel Jackson molestation trial (NBC News), the Scott Peterson murder trial (Fox News), he Kobe Bryant rape trial (CNN News), the Robert Blake murder trial (MSNBC "Breaking News") and the Winona Ryder theft trial (ABC News)

Jeffrey was also one of the featured attorneys on the Fox Network's Power of Attorney TV show, often butting heads with other noted attorneys such as Gloria Allred, Geoffrey Feiger, Chris Darden, Lis Wiehl, Jayne Weintraub and Wendy Murphy.

Jeffrey is a hard-hitting legal analyst with a judge's background who gets right to the core of the legal issue he's discussing. His articulate and aggressive manner has made him a favorite of the cable news channels as well as a featured commentator for the network news shows.

Jeffrey received his law degree from the University of West Los Angeles School of Law and currently resides in Los Angeles.

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