Kramer Trial Lawyers has proven itself to be one of the preeminent jury trial firms in Los Angeles, obtaining numerous record setting results and providing justice for those who have been wronged. Not only does KTL pride itself on fighting the battle in the courtroom for its clients, but KTL is actively involved outside the courtroom to make our community a safer and better place. KTL is devoted to mentoring young and future trial lawyers, preserving trial lawyer education, and volunteering their free time to charity.
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities
Justice in the courtroom, service in the community. The Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities (“LATLC”) was founded in 2006 by a small group of consumer attorneys who fought for justice for the people of the City of Los Angeles. Inspired to serve the greater Los Angeles community beyond their roles as trial lawyers, LATLC channels their passion for justice to help those underserved in our communities through service projects, volunteer work, and fundraising events. KTL’s founding partner, Dan Kramer, will serve as President of the organization in 2021.
Southwestern Law School
KTL is invested in the education and advancement of the next generation of young trial lawyers. From 2012-2017, Daniel K. Kramer was an adjunct professor at Southwestern Law School, his alma mater, where he taught “Law Firm and Civil Litigation Practice” at the Graduate Legal Academic Program. Mr. Kramer frequently speaks at Southwestern events, including accepted student dinners, and helps provide unique opportunities for Southwestern’s young lawyers to network beyond the workplace.
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
KTL is invested in the education and advancement of the next generation of young trial lawyers. Over the past few years, Daniel K. Kramer and Teresa Johnson have been frequent guest speakers and mentors at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Mr. Kramer and Ms. Johnson (‘15) have been praised by Loyola students for their interactive sessions and teaching practical skills to young aspiring lawyers. Previously, KTL has conducted a mock jury selection (voir dire) with students for Loyola’s Consumer Law Society lunchtime speaker series.
American Board of Trial Advocates
The American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”) is a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. ABOTA is dedicated to preserving the Seventh Amendment right to trial by jury under the U.S. Constitution. ABOTA is an invitation-only organization that seeks trial lawyers who exhibit the virtues of civility, integrity, and professionalism and have tried at least 10 civil jury trials to verdict. Each member must be vetted in a process that takes upwards of five months. In 2017, Daniel K. Kramer was inducted as one of the youngest members into this prestigious organization where he was recently elected to the Executive Committee by the membership.
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
KTL is committed to ensuring access to justice and upholding the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the State of California. The KTL team are active members of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (“CAALA”) whose purpose is to represent the interests of plaintiff’s trial lawyers and their clients and improve the quality of legal representation by educating trial lawyers and other legal professionals.
Consumer Attorneys of California
The Consumer Attorneys of California (“CAOC”) is a professional organization dedicated to fighting for the rights of the people of California against big corporations and insurance companies out of Sacramento. KTL’s Daniel K. Kramer currently serves on the CAOC Board of Directors and is an active member in the organization.