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The Bloom Firm News February 12, 2015

The ‘American Sniper’ murder trial: Was Chris Kyle’s killer legally insane?

Former Marine and Iraq War veteran Eddie Ray Routh shot and killed former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the subject of the popular movie ‘American Sniper.” Routh also killed a second man, Chad Littlefield, 35. The two victims were attempting to help troubled vets by taking them on outings, including to the shooting range in Erath […]

The Bloom Firm News February 11, 2015

Lisa Bloom delivers the keynote speech at Super Stars Literacy event

I was honored to deliver the keynote speech in Oakland, California the night of February 7, 2015 for a wonderful organization that helps at risk kids boost their reading skills, Super Stars Literacy.

The Bloom Firm News February 11, 2015

Lisa Bloom Speaks at Hammer Museum in Los Angeles on February 4, 2015

Lisa Bloom spoke about race, civil rights and the Ferguson case with attorney Carl Douglas at the prestigious Hammer Museum in Los Angeles on February 4, 2015.

The Bloom Firm News February 6, 2015

‘No promo homo’ laws: Legally required hate instruction in our schools

Alabama law flat-out requires that schools teach kids homophobia: (c) Course materials and instruction that relate to sexual education or sexually transmitted diseases should include all of the following elements: […] (8) An emphasis, in a factual manner and from a public health perspective, that homosexuality is not a lifestyle acceptable to the general public and […]

The Bloom Firm News January 29, 2015

New Art Shines on the Bloom Firm Walls

Lisa Bloom and Braden Pollock collect original art from their travels all over the world. This large oil on canvas is by an Ethiopian artist named Michael Solomon, and is now up in our large conference room. We love its modern vibrance and pride in local life in Addis Ababa.

Lisa Bloom Speaks at the Hammer Museum – Live Stream 2/3/15 at 7:30 PM PT

On Tuesday, 2/3/15, at  7:30 PM PT, Lisa Bloom will be delivering a bold new speech at the Hammer Museum about why we see injustice after injustice in cases where unarmed African Americans are killed by police or vigilantes. This is a free event, open to all that will be in Los Angeles, CA at that […]

The Bloom Firm News January 28, 2015

Jury to Vanderbilt football players: There’s no excuse for rape By Lisa Bloom

Two Vanderbilt University football players offered some appalling defenses in their rape case, which a Nashville, Tennessee, jury quickly and soundly rejected. What does this case tell us about the state of campus sexual assault? First, what she knew A college woman (name withheld) met up with a young man she’d dated off and on for […]

The Bloom Firm News January 22, 2015


Once again, The Bloom Firm is proud to represent a prestigious client engaged in a high-profile lawsuit. Our client, Michael McCarron, is one of the most accomplished and respected labor union leaders in the country. A union carpenter since 1978, Mike was elected president of Carpenters Local 1506 in 1996, and shortly thereafter as Executive […]

The Bloom Firm News January 20, 2015

The Supreme Court’s New Gay Marriage Case Tests MLK’s Dream of True Equality

Originally posted on Huffington Post by Lisa Bloom How fitting that just before Martin Luther King Jr. weekend our Supreme Court justices agreed to decide whether our constitution requires all 50 states to recognize same-sex marriages. As Dr. King said the night before he died, “All we say to America is be true to what […]