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Lauren Kadish (JD '10) and Anthony Kohrs (JD '10) in Verdict

Alumni featured as outstanding young leaders, or "Young Guns"

January 11, 2018 | Pepperdine Law alumni Lauren Kadish (JD '10) and Anthony Kohrs (JD '10) are profiled in Verdict magazine, a publication of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel, in an issue that showcases some of the Association's outstanding young leaders, or "Young Guns." Kadish and Kohrs are also featured on the magazine's cover (second and third from left).

Excerpts via Verdict magazine:

Lauren "The Lasso Kid" Kadish

Born and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Lauren moved to California in 2007 to attend law school at Pepperdine School of Law in Malibu. After graduation, she joined the firm of Chapman Glucksman Dean Roeb & Barger, located in West Los Angeles. Over the past seven years, Lauren had focused on litigating and defending professional liability matters, with an emphasis on accounting and legal malpractice. Lauren also defends clients in employment disputes, personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, right of publicity, and defamation claims. She practices throughout Southern California, including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Kern County, Santa Barbara County and San Diego County. In 2016 and 2017, Lauren was selected as a Super Lawyers Southern California "Rising Star."

Anthony "Coyote" Kohrs

Anthony was raised to be a trial lawyer from a young age. His father is renowned trial lawyer Conrad Kohrs, who has tried more than 200 cases to verdict and continues to try cases at the age of 84. Following in his father's footsteps, Anthony has built a reputation as an aggressive trial lawyer, trying cases to verdict throughout California. He practices business litigation with the Marina del Rey firm Hennelly & Grossfeld, focusing on contract disputes, securities, entertainment, and intellectual property disputes.

The complete feature may be found here