What it was like Growing Up in the Eighties (1980s)
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LA Law – 80s TV Series

L.A. Law was a 80s legal drama television series that ran for eight seasons on NBC, from September 15, 1986 to May 19, 1994. Created by Steven Bochco.

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LA Law

Cast

Leland McKenzieRichard DysartSenior Partner
Douglas Brackman, Jr.Alan RachinsManaging Partner/Interim Senior Partner
Arnold (Arnie) BeckerCorbin BernsenPartner
Ann KelseyJill EikenberryAssociate/Partner
Stuart MarkowitzMichael TuckerAssociate/Partner
Roxanne MelmanSusan RuttanSecretary
Michael KuzakHarry HamlinPartner
Grace Van OwenSusan DeyDeputy District Attorney/Superior Court Judge/Of Counsel/Partner
Victor SifuentesJimmy SmitsAssociate
Abby PerkinsMichele GreeneAssociate
Jonathan RollinsBlair UnderwoodAssociate/Partner
Benny StulwiczLarry DrakeOffice Messenger
Tommy MullaneyJohn SpencerAssociate/Assistant District Attorney
Zoey ClemmonsCecil HoffmanAssistant District Attorney
Cara Jean “C.J.” LambAmanda DonohoeAssociate
Gwen TaylorSheila KelleySecretary/Law Intern
Frank KittredgeMichael CumpstyTenant
Susan BloomConchata FerrellTenant
Daniel MoralesA MartinezPartner
Melina ParosLisa ZaneAssociate
Eli LevinsonAlan RosenbergPartner
Denise IannelloDebi MazarSecretary

Series Run

September 15, 1986 – May 19, 1994

Broadcast History

NBC

Plot

The series was set in and around the fictional Los Angeles-based law firm McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney and Kuzak (later McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney, Kuzak, and Becker), and featured attorneys at the firm and various members of the support staff. LA Law reflected the social and cultural ideologies of the 1980s and early 1990s, and many of the cases featured on the show dealt with hot-button issues.

More info at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.A._Law

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