How did you start the Lawline?

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Alan Schnurman (Former Host, PBS Lawline)

Alan Schnurman discusses the reasoning behind the creation of Lawline, a TV show that ran on PBS from 1983 and is still available in the New York City area. He talks about how the show’s aim was educational and that he would invite prominent lawyers on the show and ask them questions of interest to viewers on a variety of subjects.


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Alan Schnurman

Former Host, PBS Lawline

Alan has purchased, developed and sold some of the most significant properties in the Hamptons over the last 25 years. He co-founded the law firm of Zalman Schnurman & Miner in New York City and after four decades as a trial attorney, he retired and joined Saunders & Associates as a real estate broker. Alan is frequently sought after by the press for interviews because of his knowledge and expertise in real estate and law. Alan has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. He also has made guest appearances on the Today Show, Good Morning America and CNN.

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