Brian Claypool

Claypool Law Firm

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Principal at Claypool Law Firm and one of the attorneys representing the plaintiffs in the Miramonte Elementary School child abuse scandal

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Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

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Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

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Former third grade teacher Mark Berndt is serving 25 years for sexually abusing children at LA Unified’s Miramonte Elementary School.

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Former third grade teacher Mark Berndt is serving 25 years for sexually abusing children at LA Unified’s Miramonte Elementary School.

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