“Imagine if we had a political structure where nobody listened to anybody except their advisors and their staffs. For me, it’s a great satisfaction to be proactive versus reactive. Being a lobbyist is something that is not fashionable today, but I think it is an unbelievably great aspect of democracy.”
Norman Brownstein is an attorney and chairman of the board of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, which he helped found. A specialist in real estate law, whose practice also involves commercial, educational, and charitable organizations, he has distinguished himself as a lobbyist, with a special interest in issues involving Israel.
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