Kelly Hyman
Kelly Hyman

Kelly Hyman: Lawyer, Advocate, and Media Commentator, Shares Her Family History to Shed Light On Mental Health Awareness

Kelly Hyman is a highly driven and passionate attorney who spends much of her time helping to facilitate change in the world for the better. Kelly Hyman uses her fame, her education, and her experience for good. If she finds a cause that is worthy, she will likely bring about the change she strives for with tenacity and vision. May is considered Mental Health Awareness Month, and there is still too much of a stigma about mental health issues that block many from receiving the help they need to thrive.

Kelly Hyman has experienced a few of the challenges many people face in America today when it comes to finding the appropriate care and shedding stigma because her father and her half-siblings on her father’s side has had struggles with mental health issues. The topic is a personal one for her.

Kelly Hyman Is Spreading Awareness About Mental Health

Kelly Hyman works tirelessly when it comes to social justice issues. Mental health may not be a topic many people want to discuss but there needs to be a normalization when it comes to mental health issues so those who suffer can receive care in a judgment-free, easy treatment way comparable to getting a broken bone repaired. The problem is that we can not see a mental health struggle the way a broken bone is clearly visible with a clear treatment plan for the doctor to follow. But even if we cannot fully understand all the aspects of mental health, as a society we can improve measures for treatment and normalize the idea of receiving care without judgment. Kelly Hyman is a valuable asset to the cause as an advocate to spread mental health awareness in May and the rest of the year. Because of her impressive career, social connections, and tenacity when a cause is close to her heart, Kelly Hyman will continue to spread her message for social justice and stand up for causes she believes in every month. May is a great time to set aside for Mental Health, in particular, to shed extra light on the topic for those who cannot do so themselves.

About Kelly Hyman

Attorney Kelly Hyman stays impressively busy advocating for causes she cares about. She is a member of the Florida Bar, Colorado Bar, Washington D.C. Bar, and the New York Bar, in addition to the American Association for Justice. She was the former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter. Kelly Hyman is a democratic political and legal analyst that has had several television and radio appearances related to her expertise and passion including Law & Crime, Fox News, The Ingraham Angle, and Fox and Friends First, and the Ethan Bearman show, “Issues and Ideas” with Chris DeBellow, “The Whistleblower” with Mychal Wilson and the “Jiggy Jaguar” radio show. Be sure to check out her book “Top 10 Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020” released in 2019.

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Kelly Hyman Talks About How to be a Lawyer Without Going to Law School

Attorney Kelly Hyman is proud of her law school education and her chosen career as a mass torts and class action attorney.

Over the years, Attorney Kelly Hyman has represented hundreds of claimants in many different actions. One of the most common questions Kelly is asked is how to become an attorney. “I always advise the normal route of getting your bachelor’s degree and then applying to law school like I did,” she says. “But there is another way very few people know about.”

Kelly Hyman AttorneyMost people go to one of the 237 law schools in the U.S., Kelly says. It’s a lot of work to get into law school, and then there are years of classes and countless hours of study to graduate. When you’re done, unless you got scholarships, you’re usually left with thousands of dollars in student loans, but you’ve got a great education.

The other way of becoming a lawyer, in fact, doesn’t involve law school at all. This is the same path that a lot of our forefathers took, she says. That’s because law schools weren’t common until around the late nineteenth century. “It’s not very well known,” she adds, “but it’s still an option today in a few states.” It’s called “reading the law.”

Attorney Kelly Hyman explains that reading the law involves working in an internship or apprenticeship under an experienced, licensed attorney in their office.

You’d need to live in one of the few states that still let you do this, she says, which currently are California, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington. She adds that New York, Maine, and Wyoming allow it but with some law school added in. Each state has their own rules, Kelly says, but they all involve spending years in a legal office studying law books and getting practical knowledge of the law.

You’re still required to take the bar exam, she says, and all the other requirements still hold. However, each state has their own requirements for the apprenticeship. For example, in Virginia, you cannot be employed by the attorney’s office under which you’re studying, but Washington’s laws require just the opposite.

Even though you can save thousands of dollars that it costs to go to law school, there are definite disadvantages to doing this, Kelly Hyman says. First, reading the law only allows you to take the bar exam – it doesn’t guarantee you’ll pass. In fact, the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners says that only 19% of those reading the law pass the Virginia State Bar, compared to 68% of those graduating from law school. Kelly says many other states and jurisdictions will not recognize a law education that was obtained from reading the law, and many scholars agree the education is not as thorough as going to law school.

Most of the apprenticeships are three years straight, she says. That means no breaks and no summers off. Another disadvantage is that you don’t have the benefit of learning from experienced law professors or other students in a law school. “It’s a pretty isolated way of learning,” she says. You’re limited to the attorney who is working with you, and they still have their clients to tend to, she adds. In addition, you still have to make financial arrangements with the attorney who is sponsoring you. “It’s not for everyone,” Kelly Hyman says, “and I don’t really recommend it, but it’s an option for those who understand and work within the limitations it poses.”

More on Attorney Kelly Hyman

A member of the Florida Bar, Colorado Bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the New York Bar, as well as the American Association for Justice and the former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter, Kelly Hyman is a Democrat political and legal analyst. Attorney Kelly Hyman has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. These include Law & Crime, Fox News, The Ingraham Angle, Watters’ World, CourtTV and Fox and Friends First. She has also appeared on the Ethan Bearman show, “Issues and Ideas” with Chris DeBellow, “The Whistleblower” with Mychal Wilson and the “Jiggy Jaguar” radio show. Her book, “Top 10 Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020” was released late last year.

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Attorney Kelly Hyman Discusses Weinstein Case on Court TV

Harvey Weinstein, a disgraced Hollywood mogul who has been accused of sexually assaulting and harassing 105 women, is currently at trial. On Monday, Feb. 3, one key witness, Jessica Mann, was reduced to uncontrollable tears after four hours of cross-examination, bringing the trial to a halt. Kelly Hyman, attorney and TV political analyst, discussed the events with colleagues on Court TV that evening.

Kelly Hyman joined three fellow attorneys in the “think tank” to discuss the trial and the witness’ breakdown.Lawyer Kelly Hyman

“Being under cross-examination is extremely exhausting, no matter who you are. To be asked questions over and over again is emotionally exhausting for someone, and then to relive a sexual assault, based on what she said, is enough for someone to break down,” Kelly Hyman said. “It’s very tough for a woman coming forward with the allegations she brings.”

The judge ordered the trial to continue the next morning, but Mann was still unable to bring herself to answer further questions Tuesday.

The defense, headed by attorney Donna Rotunno, used aggressive character assassination tactics and portrayed the witness, one of six accusers to take the witness stand against Weinstein, as a serial liar and manipulator. Rotunno, who specializes in defending men accused of sexual assault, said Mann made Weinstein believe she wanted sexual relations with him in order to advance her film career.

Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to in State Supreme Court in Manhattan to five felony charges, including rape, criminal sexual assault, and predatory sexual assault. A small fraction of the accusations against him has been admitted as evidence in the court and six women have taken the witness stand. The witness who broke down on Monday says Weinstein violently raped her twice in 2013.

Kelly Hyman and fellow Court TV guests discussed what could happen if Mann was unable to take the stand the next day. Theories ranged from postponing the continuation of the trial to having Mann arrested and forced to take the stand.

The following morning, Mann was unable to bring herself to testify further, though she did appear in court. Prosecutors rested their case after more than two weeks at trial. The defense has now called witnesses of their own.

More on Attorney Kelly Hyman

Lawyer Kelly Hyman is the owner of The Hyman Law Firm, P.A. Throughout the years, she has contributed to several high-profile cases on significant matters including tobacco, water contamination, and transvaginal mesh and bladder slings. Kelly Hyman has also participated in federal court multi-district litigation discovery committee common benefit work for various mass torts projects.

A member of the Florida Bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the New York Bar, as well as the American Association for Justice and the Former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter, Kelly Hyman is also a Democrat political and legal analyst. Attorney Kelly Hyman has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. These include Law & Crime, Fox News, The Ingraham Angle, and Fox and Friends First. She has also appeared on the Ethan Bearman show, “Issues and Ideas” with Chris DeBellow, “The Whistleblower” with Mychal Wilson and the “Jiggy Jaguar” radio show. Kelly Hyman’s book, “Top 10 Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020” was released late last year.

To learn more about Kelly Hyman and connect with her, visit LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-hyman/

To watch the full Court TV clip, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYBeXgNmCNw

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Kelly Hyman Lawyer Discusses Trump Impeachment Inquiry on “America This Week With Eric Bolling” on ABC.

Lawyer Kelly Hyman of The Hyman Law Firm, P.A., a Democrat commentary and television legal analyst appeared on “America This Week with Eric Bolling recently. She was joined by Emma Meshell, an analyst for Young Americans for Liberty. The women discussed with host Eric bolling a range of topics surrounding Trump and the impeachment inquiries.
Host Eric Bolling kicked off the discussion by asking lawyer Kelly Hyman about her new book, “Top 10 Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020.” The book, available now, discusses 10 of the multiple reasons Kelly Hyman says Trump should not be re-elected. These include his “constant lying,” human rights abuses, and the impact of his policies on the already-vulnerable environment.

Bolling then asked Emma Meshell to outline three reasons to keep Trump in 2020. As a Libertarian, Meshell said she has her qualms with Trump as well, including tariffs, which she said are a “tax on American citizens.” However, she said she sees many positives in his presidency, including an improved economy and an increase in blue-collar jobs.
Meshell and Hyman also discussed with Bolling the economy.Attorney Kelly Hyman

The conversation then turned to the impeachment inquiry. Bolling asked Meshell for her thoughts on the investigation and whether the Democrats could be trusted to bring forth an impartial inquiry and vote. “I’m hesitant to say I trust any politician ever,” Meshell replied, before saying she believes both Republicans and Democrats are “playing to their audience” to assure the public they are doing their jobs. Kelly Hyman chimed in to say she believes Democrats are “playing fair” in the investigation. Bolling disagreed, questioning the fairness of Democrats’ tactics, such as holding sessions behind closed doors. Hyman countered by noting that certain Republican representatives were present in those sessions along with the Democrats and that closed sessions, without the disturbance of the media, are common on The Hill.

Watch the full debate on WJLA 7: https://wjla.com/news/america-this-week-w-eric-bolling/america-this-week-w-eric-bolling-10-29-2019

More on Kelly Hyman

Attorney Kelly Hyman has been on several programs, including Law & Crime, The Ingraham Angle, and Fox and Friends First in addition to Watters’ World. She has also appeared on the Ethan Bearman show, “Issues and Ideas” with Chris DeBellow, “The Whistleblower” with Mychal Wilson and the “Jiggy Jaguar” radio show, based out of Kansas.

Throughout her illustrious law career, she has contributed to several high-profile cases on significant matters including tobacco, water contamination, and transvaginal mesh and bladder slings. She has also participated in federal court multi-district litigation discovery committee common benefit work for various mass torts projects and is a member of the Florida Bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the New York Bar, as well as the American Association for Justice and the former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter. Recently, she opened her own law firm, The Hyman Law Firm, P.A.

To learn more about Kelly Hyman and connect with her, visit LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-hyman/

Attorney Kelly Hyman Discusses 10 Reasons to Dump Trump on Politics Done Right

Donald Trump is undoubtedly one of the most divisive political figures that the United States, or even the world, has seen in recent history. As of December, Trump is the first president to simultaneously be the subject of an active formal impeachment investigation whilst also running for re-election. Kelly Hyman, a successful attorney, and owner of The Hyman Law Firm, P.A. in Florida, discussed the situation recently on the radio show Politics Done Right with Egberto Willies. 

Kelly Hyman headlined the two-part program which aired November 15. Author of “The Top Ten Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020,” Kelly Hyman said there are many more reasons to dismiss the president, but in her book has outlined a few of the most pressing. 

The attorney’s top-10 list includes Trump’s “constant lying” and spreading of false and misleading information, as well as his conflicts of interest, including his dealings with Ukraine as well as unjust and inhumane immigration and deportation policies and strategies. The attorney also went on to discuss Trump’s endangerment of the environment and various animal species, as well as his rollbacks of water protection policies, among other serious issues.

“It’s horrible for future generations,” she said of Trump’s actions and the fallout of his presidency. 

To hear all of Kelly Human’s 10 reasons to dump Trump, as well as gain a better understanding of some of the issues facing the nation, listen to the full episode here: https://politicsdoneright.com/2019/11/kelly-hyman-reasons-dump-trump/

More About Kelly Hyman Attorney

Kelly Hyman is an advocate and lawyer at The Hyman Law Firm, P.A. Kelly Hyman’s illustrious law career includes representing hundreds of claimants in claims and individual actions, filed both in state and federal court. Some of her most high-profile cases include tobacco litigation, transvaginal mesh lawsuits, and water contamination. She is a member of the Florida Bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the Colorado Bar, the New York Bar, and the Colorado Bar Association. She is also a member of the American Association for Justice and the former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter. 

A native Floridian and Australian-American, Kelly Hyman was raised in New York City and southern California. Before law school, Hyman enjoyed a successful career as an actress, appearing in various television shows, movies, Off-Broadway plays, and commercials. She is best known for her role as Loretta on The Young and the Restless. Her voice is also featured in Kit-Kat’s famous “Give Me a Break” ad. The actress-turned-attorney regularly appears on television and radio shows as a highly respected TV legal analyst. She has appeared on Law & Crime, Fox News, The Ingraham Angle, and Fox and Friends first. She has also appeared on the Ethan Bearman show, “Issues and Ideas” with Chris DeBellow, “The Whistleblower” with Mychal Wilson and the “Jiggy Jaguar” radio show, based out of Kansas.

Political Analyst Kelly Hyman Appeared On Fox News To Discuss 2020 Democrat Pete Buttigieg’s Rise To First Place In Iowa

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On November 18th, 2019, Kelly Hyman appeared on Fox News with Omari Faulkner.

Kelly and Omari discussed a new poll of 2020 Democrat Pete Buttigieg’s surge to first place in Iowa.

The debate was about whether Buttigieg could sustain that lead nationwide.

On one side is Kelly Hyman. She is a political analyst, lawyer, author, speaker, and democrat. Her opponent is Omari Faulkner. He is a strategist, business developer, public affairs officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve, and a conservative.

In a recent poll, Democrat Pete Buttigieg had a sixteen-point rise in the polls where he took the lead in Iowa. This significant jump made for an interesting conversation on Fox News.

Omari talked about how it seems the left does not know who they want to lead. He feels it is up in the air right now.

“It is a trend going further and further to the left. So many Democrats are joining the ring,” says Faulkner.

Kelly Hyman thinks other candidates have a good chance of taking the lead. But she talks more about why Buttigieg is leading in the polls right now.

Kelly says, “Pete Buttigieg has a centrist agenda, more than a liberal one. That is why he is increasing in the polls.”

When Kelly Hyman refers to a “centrist agenda,” she is referring to the political term centrism.

In politics, centrism is a political outlook or position. It involves acceptance of a balance of social equality and social hierarchy. Confronting legislative changes that would result in a significant shift in society. Either, sharply to the left or the right.

Omari Faulkner shares how he is currently running for Senate. He says, “Taking away a person’s right to bear arms is too far-right and too radical. We need to focus more on jobs like our current President instead of impeaching him for no reason.”

It is clear, with Kelly Hyman’s new book, “Top Ten Reasons To Dump Trump in 2020,” this is not a view they share. Nor are their viewpoints about Democrat Pete Buttigieg.

It was apparent where each of them stood about this matter during their debate on Fox News.

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Kelly Hyman’s Book, “Top Ten Reasons To Dump Trump In 2020” Now Available on Amazon

Named Colorado’s Top 25 Class Action Trial Lawyers, Kelly Hyman recently wrote a book.

Kelly Hyman’s new book is about the constant state of chaos that President Donald Trump creates.

Kelly Hyman (3)Along with being a well-known attorney, Kelly Hyman is a legal analyst, author, and speaker. She has extensive experience handling mass tort litigation. Kelly is proud to be the people’s advocate for mass torts.

Kelly Hyman’s most recent book is “Top Ten Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020.” She shares how another term with Trump as President would be a disastrous one. Kelly Hyman aspired to write this book to inspire people to vote.

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Kelly Hyman writes in her book how everyone is worse off with Trump in charge. She lists women, men, all ethnicities, farmers, industrialists, steelworkers, and coal miners. Kelly Hyman is sure that everyone loses in an America where Donald Trump is President.

Author Kelly Hyman stresses it is time for a change. Kelly Hyman is a Democratic strategist who expresses her political views in her new book. “Top Ten Reasons To Dump Trump In 2020” is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Indie Bound.

A legal analyst, Kelly Hyman, created a practical and enlightening book. Learn about the top ten reasons why we need to dump Trump in 2020.

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Attorney Kelly Hyman Appeared On America This Week With Eric Bolling

Attorney, Kelly Hyman, is a highly passionate person who cares about many topics, including the ones she weighed-in on America This Week.

Last week, Kelly Hyman Attorney was a part of “The Debate” segment on America This Week, hosted by Eric Bolling. The segment aired on October 29, 2019.

Kelly Hyman is a Democrat strategist and an Author. Her recent book is called “Top Ten Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020.”

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After viewing a short clip of Donald Trump sharing his feelings with Eric Bolling about Impeachment, “The Debate” began.

Kelly Hyman faced off against Emma Meshell, an Analyst at Young Americans for Liberty (YAL).

Eric Bolling kicked off the segment by asking Kelly Hyman to share two or three reasons, from her book, why we should “Dump Tump in 2020.”

Kelly responded, “Lies, the environment, the cabinet vacancies.”

Eric then turns towards Emma Meshell to get her opinion using an opposite angle. “What are the top reasons to keep Trump?” asked Eric.

Emma shared her reasons “The economy is doing very well. We have seen real wages go up, and we have seen record blue-collar job growth. Best we’ve had since Ragan’s first term in office.”

A brief discussion ensued where Emma Meshell shared that she does not like that Trump uses Tariffs. She believes they are “not good for the American people.”

Eric then turns back to Kelly Hyman, asking her to weigh-in on the status of the economy.

Kelly Hyman declared, “I really think we are headed towards a recession. Our economy is in trouble.”

Eric Bolling continued his examination of the subject. He stated, “But sometimes a recession is good for the economy.”

Kelly disproved. She quickly asked Eric, “How is it good for the economy, and how does it help the American people?”

Eric Bolling answered, “Because when prices get out of control, inequities like stocks and real estate, a recession brings those prices down, making it affordable to people. And, then they start to inflate again, people who were not involved in the first big boom, get involved in the second wave boom.”

Kelly Hyman still disagreed emphatically with this notion. She turned to Emma Meshell for her opinion on this matter.

Although Emma agreed with Kelly that recessions are not suitable for the American people, she did state, “They are a natural part of the economy.” She went on to say, “We are having a huge boom in the economy right now, and that’s a good thing.”

Eric chimes in, “We always get them. Doesn’t matter if you’re a Republican or Democrat, you’re going to get a recession.” He puts emphasizes on his next sentence, “It is how you get out of the recession.”

Host, Eric Bolling proceeded to talk about the recession that occurred during Obama’s Presidency. “The problem with President Obama was that it took us many, many years to get out of that recession. Usually, you recover within 12 to 18-months. Obama’s recession took almost 3 full years.”

Kelly Hyman responded, “Right, but we have to also think about if we kept Clinton’s no tax cuts, we would have no deficit right now.”

At this point, the interview turned to another topic.

Eric wanted his guests to discuss the impeachment inquiry, and if they feel it will be “fair and impartial?”

Emma Meshell said, “I think we’ve got to watch for more details. At the end of the day, both sides are playing to their audience.”

Eric pressed the matter, “Do you think the Democrats are playing fair?

Kelly Hyman stated, “I do think the Democrats and Republicans are playing fair.”

Eric Bolling pressed the matter even further. He wanted to know if the secret conversations and testimonies happening behind closed doors are right.

Both guests, Kelly Hyman and Emma Meshell, agreed that they are right. They contended that Republicans were in the sessions and that it was instituted by Boehner.

Kelly Hyman continued her argument, “It is going to be opened to the public, and all the transcripts are going to be released. The American people have the right to know. In fact, most Americans do support the impeachment inquiry, and they want to know what exactly happened.”

Eric Bolling still appeared suspicious about the “closed-door impeachment inquiry.”

As the debate segment started to wind down, Eric Bolling stated, “I think most Americans want to know what’s happening, but they don’t like what’s going on. Where one side won’t let the other side get in and hear what these witnesses are saying.”

Kelly Hyman reiterated that the Republicans were in there. She also reemphasizes that the proceedings will be opened to the American people, eventually.

Kelly’s constant dedication and relentless pursuit of justice have led the media to refer to her as a “modern-day Erin Brockovich.”

Kelly Hyman does not turn away from controversial topics, and she always puts the constitution of the American people first.

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Kelly Hyman Revisits Memorable Legal Victories

Actress-turned-attorney and ‘modern-day Erin Brockovich’ Kelly Hyman offers a closer look at highlights from her career as she’s named among Colorado’s top class action lawyers.

From tobacco litigation and bladder sling lawsuits to being named one of Colorado’s best class action trial lawyers, actress-turned-attorney and ‘modern-day Erin Brockovich’ Kelly Hyman looks back on a number of career highlights as she prepares to speak at next month’s Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“While based at a law firm in Florida, I worked on tobacco litigation and represented individuals who were harmed by medical devices and drugs,” reveals Kelly Hyman. These cases were both interesting and memorable, she says, as she knew that her clients had been harmed, and, of course, wanted to help.

A native Floridian, Kelly Hyman was raised in New York City and southern California. Before turning her attention to law, Hyman enjoyed a successful career as an actress, appearing in various television shows, movies, Off-Broadway plays, commercials, and more. The recipient of a highly prestigious AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell for three consecutive years, the attorney was also recently named as one of the top class action trial lawyers in Colorado.

Memorable victories in this area, she says, include transvaginal mesh and bladder sling lawsuits and water contamination cases. “I represented a number of women who had transvaginal mesh implanted and subsequently endured serious complications as a result,” explains Hyman.

“Knowing that I was helping to undo a wrong and make a positive impact on these women’s lives is something which I’ll always truly cherish,” adds the attorney. Knowing that these women received justice for their harm, she says, continues to represent one of the proudest aspects of her legal career.

With extensive experience in mass tort litigation, Kelly Hyman has, to date, represented hundreds of claimants in cases filed in both state and federal court. Products featured in Hyman’s bladder sling and transvaginal mesh lawsuits included those supplied by Johnson & Johnson, Bard, Coloplast, Mentor, and Boston Scientific. “During my career, I’ve have performed common benefit services for a variety of mass tort projects,” adds the highly successful attorney.

Her relentless pursuit of justice has seen the media refer to Hyman as a modern-day Erin Brockovich, after the American legal clerk, consumer advocate, and environmental activist who was instrumental in building a case against the Pacific Gas and Electric Company of California in the 1990s. “It’s great to hear that people consider me to be a modern-day Erin Brockovich,” beams the attorney, “as she represents a truly inspirational female role model.”

“It’s incredibly humbling,” Kelly Hyman continues, “to be compared to someone who has created the kind of legacy which she has.”

“Justice works,” she adds, wrapping up, “when people stand up for what they believe in.”

Kelly Hyman is set to speak at next month’s Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar in Las Vegas, Nevada. This fall’s event kicks off on Tuesday, October 22, and wraps up on Thursday, October 24. Join Hyman for ‘The Common Issues Class: Rule 23(c)(4)’ at 4:45 pm on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. For more information about Mass Torts Made Perfect, visit https://mtmp.com/.

Kelly Hyman to speak at upcoming Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar

With Mass Torts Made Perfect’s bi-annual Las Vegas seminars representing the largest gatherings of plaintiff mass tort attorneys in the world, highlights from this October’s upcoming event include business of law, class action, litigation, and nuts and bolts sessions, an LGBTQ networking reception, Mass Torts Made Perfect’s Women in Legal Leadership Breakfast, entertainment with comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, and much more. Democrat strategist TV legal analyst and lawyer Kelly Hyman is also set to speak at the event.

“There are countless reasons why trial attorneys and their teams head to Las Vegas each fall for the unique Mass Torts Made Perfect experience,” explains Hyman, recently named among the top class action trial lawyers in Colorado and recipient of a prestigious AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell for three years running.

From beginners in mass torts and class actions to veterans in complex litigation, Mass Torts Made Perfect has, she says, created the ideal conference to assist attorneys and their teams in growing their practices. “Attendees will not only learn about the most important emerging mass torts and class actions,” adds Kelly Hyman, “but will also receive an opportunity to meet some of the very biggest players in this particular area of law.”

Mass Torts Made Perfect’s twice-yearly seminars in Las Vegas are, say the event’s organizers, designed for those working in the areas of plaintiff mass torts, class actions, and personal injury litigation alike, as well as qualified individuals looking to expand their practices to include these areas. “As the largest gathering of mass tort attorneys anywhere in the nation, it’s also the ideal opportunity to network,” suggests Kelly Hyman.

Boasting more than 100 speakers, including titans of mass tort and class action litigation, Mass Torts Made Perfect’s upcoming Las Vegas seminar truly offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn from some of the very best in the field, according to attorney Kelly Hyman.

Individuals are eligible to attend Mass Torts Made Perfect if they are an experienced mass tort or class action plaintiff lawyer looking to learn about the latest projects and emerging torts, or a single-event plaintiff lawyer looking to expand their practice to include class actions or mass torts. Other plaintiff attorneys seeking to learn more about how to expand into mass torts or class actions are also eligible.

“With Mass Torts Made Perfect built for networking, members of the legal services industry may also attend,” adds Hyman, wrapping up, “and will enjoy the perfect opportunity to meet with leading mass tort and class action lawyers from around the country.”

This fall’s Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar kicks off on Tuesday, October 22, and wraps up on Thursday, October 24. Join Kelly Hyman for ‘The Common Issues Class: Rule 23(c)(4)’ at 4:45 pm on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. For more information about Mass Torts Made Perfect, visit https://mtmp.com/.