Janice Brenman is a former prosecutor now in private practice in Los Angeles. She has commented in major legal publications on the subject of legal reform and celebrity influence on the legal system. Currently, Ms. Brenman is associated with the Los Angeles law firm of Fleming, Greenwald & Associates. Ms. Brenman also worked researching, writing and editing under a Nobel Prize winning laureate.

Ms. Brenman graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara, studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, and went to Southwestern University School of Law where she received several awards and accolades. She was a finalist in the Moot Court Honors Award for Best Brief Writer and published in the February 1998 issue of The Commentator. Ms. Brenman’s work has been published by the San Francisco Daily Journal, Los Angeles Daily Journal and the Washington Legal Foundation.

Working through her alma mater, Southwestern University Law School, Ms. Brenman has mentored several law students. She is also a volunteer for Bet Tzedek (House of Justice). Ms. Brenman is a former Tae Kwon Do instructor at United Studios in San Francisco, and trained for her first degree black belt with the World Organization. She is fluent in French, Italian and Spanish, and proficient in Hebrew.