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BETH BRINKMANN

BETH BRINKMANN, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Civil Trial and Appellate and Criminal Appellate Practice including Civil Rights, Libel and Slander, Media Law, Employment Discrimination, Wrongful Discharge, Consumer Rights, Tort Litigation, Professional Malpractice and Insurance Bad Faith Litigation.

Background

  • BRINKMANN, BETH was born on September 24, 1958 in Toledo, Ohio, United States.

  • Education

    • University of California, Berkeley (Bachelor of Arts, with great distinction, 1980). Yale University (Juris Doctor, 1985). University of Bordeaux, France.

      Phi Beta Kappa. Note Editor, Yale Law Journal, 1985. Spoken languages: French.

    Career

    • Working as a partner of TURNER & BRORBY. BETH S. BRINKMANN, bom Toledo, Ohio, September 24, 1958. Admitted to bar, 1987, California. Education: University of California, Berkeley (Bachelor of Arts, with great distinction, 1980).

      Yale University (Juris Doctor, 1985). University of Bordeaux, France. Phi Beta Kappa. Note Editor, Yale Law Journal, 1985.

      Law Clerk: Judge Phyllis A. Kravitch, United States. Court of Appeals, Court, 1986-1987. Author:; Admitted to the bar, 1987, California.

      Major clients of BETH BRINKMANN: Consumers Union. Environmental Defense Fund. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery.

      The Daily Californian. The Pacific Sun.

    Works

    • 'The Presumption of Life, A Starting Point for a Due Process Analysis of Capital Sentencing," 94 Yale Law Journal 351, Co-Author with W.B. Turner: The Constitution of First Resort," California Lawyer, June, 1989.

    Membership

    State Bar of California. San Francisco Women Lawyers Alliance.
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    Born September 24, 1958
    (age 58)
    Nationality
    • 1987
      California
    • 1987
      Admitted to the bar
      California