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Feb. 26, 2024

Beating the System

Umhofer, Mitchell & King celebrated its one-year anniversary with a big win in fight against homelessness.

Elizabeth Mitchell, Matthew Umhofer, and Anthony King in their office in Los Angeles. Photo: Justin L. Stewart / Special to the Daily Journal

Civil litigator Elizabeth A. Mitchell hasn't forgotten the first time she met her partner, Matthew D. Umhofer.

"I was a 3L law student, and he was my intern coordinator at the U.S. Attorney's Office," Mitchell said, recalling her initial interview at the Central District in Los Angeles in 2006.

"Matt's very into health, so he doesn't have chairs in his office -- ever," Mitchell continued, describing ... (continued)

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