Roger Lowenstein is a civil rights attorney with a varied career that includes teaching first amendment law at Seton Hall Law School, being appointed the first Federal Public Defender for the District of New Jersey, trying over 100 jury trials, representing radical defendants such as the Chicago Eight, challenging the constitutionality of drug laws, writing for L.A. Law and other TV dramas, and founding a charter school with a social justice theme serving some of the poorest families in Los Angeles.
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