L.A. Law was an American legal drama series created by Steven Boccho and Terry Louise Fisher for NBC. It ran from September 15, 1986 to May 19, 1994 for eight seasons and L.A. Law: The Movie.

Series summaryEdit

L.A. Law was an enormously popular legal drama series that combined ripped-from-the-headlines stories (including one arc inspired by LA's 1992 'Rodney King riots'), character drama and a sometimes whimsical comedic bent. Characters included wildly promiscuous divorce lawyer Arnie Becker and new associate Victor Sifuentes (Jimmy Smits).

Westphall connections in LA LawEdit

Denise Iannello (Debi Mazar) and Eli Levinson (Alan Rosenberg) were transplanted from the canceled Bochco legal series Civil Wars.

Westphall connections to LA LawEdit

Victor Sifuentes (Jimmy Smits) and Abby Perkins (Michele Greene) appeared in Cop Rock "Potts Don't Fail Me Now".