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Alaleh Kamran is a criminal defense attorney, who for the last 20 years has dedicated her practice to the defense of the constitution, humanitarian causes, and grass roots community efforts to intervene on behalf of the defenseless. Her criminal practice covers drug-related offenses, violent crimes such as murders, as well as white collar crimes, such as money laundering and structuring cases, on the state and federal levels.
She is a frequent lecturer to high schools, colleges, and non-profit organizations, concentrating on Juvenile Crimes and Domestic Violence: Intervention and Prevention. She is a frequent legal analyst on radio and television programs and has her own monthly radio program dealing with crimes and constitutional issues.
She has previously served as the President of the Iranian American Lawyers' Association. In 2001, she was awarded the "Woman of the Year Award" by the Iranian Jewish Women's Organization of Southern California. To date, Alaleh has been the recipient of a Certificate of Commendation from the City of Los Angeles, a Community Award from the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors, a Certificate of Recognition from the City of Beverly Hills, and a Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Service and Support provided to the Iranian Community through the Mid-Wilshire Domestic Violence Prevention Collaborative. In 2010, Jewish Unity Foundation honored her with the "Humanitarian of the Year Award."
She has appeared as a guest legal analyst for E! Entertainment, Access Hollywood, and NBC News. She is also active with the Beverly Hills Film Festival.