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Attorney Hopkins has over 30 years experience handling criminal, personal injury, police misconduct, and discrimination matters. Through his aggressive and skillful legal style, he has earned millions of dollars for his clients. His record speaks for itself. Attorney Hopkins is the founder of the Pasadena/Altadena Black Lawyers Association, president emeritus of the San Gabriel Valley Black Business Association, and the author of several books. Since 1989, Attorney Hopkins has also co-published “The Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley Journal News.” Attorney Hopkins has received countless community awards and honors.
An attorney for over twenty years, Kimberly Lee has secured victories for clients in numerous complex cases. Her litigation experience includes matters in the area of criminal law, personal injury, and employment discrimination. Her focus for many years has been in the area of appellate law, conducting research, drafting briefs, and arguing in front of the Court of Appeal on behalf of clients seeking review of matters in the lower courts. A graduate of Stanford University and UC Davis School of Law, Ms. Lee became a member of the California State Bar in 1994 and has handled civil and criminal litigation matters with the California Attorney General’s Office and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing in our state’s capital, as well as with Legal Services of Northern California and the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office. She has been an active member of many community and nonprofit organizations, and currently serves on the board of directors of Stanford Professional Women of Los Angeles. Inactive effective 2015.
Attorney Millspaugh is an extremely experienced and passionate attorney. She began her legal career as a law student, supporting prominent criminal defense attorneys Jay Jaffe and Alan Eisner. Attorney Millspaugh again served in positions of prominence as a paralegal at the renowned legal firms, Irell & Manella and Mitchell, Silberberg, & Knupp. After law school, she joined the Alternate Public Defender’s office, where she worked on the defense team for Mikhail Markhasev and the death penalty cases of Charles McDowell, and Richard Poynton. Attorney Millspaugh earned her bachelor’s degree in 1991 from UCLA and her juris doctorate from Southwestern Law School in 1999. In addition to criminal defense, she handles personal injury and employment discrimination matters.