Shawn Steel


Shawn Steel has practiced since 1978 creating a new field of law. By defending alternative medicine
doctors, Steel developed a boutique area of law defending doctors and representing their patients in
personal injury matters.

Steel has always been a champion for the underdogs. In fact, Steel’s landmark case was the historical
Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ v. The Attorney General of California, No. 746571,
where he represented the majority of Los Angeles based families who were victims of the
Jonestown Massacre.

Steel has since authored over 40 articles and chapters in books, regarding personal injury and
alternative medicine law. He is a frequent lecturer for doctors re-licensing credit
throughout California. Steel has been teaching Ethics and Jurisprudence to doctors in
training at Cleveland Chiropractic College since 1991. Governor Pete Wilson appointed
Steel to serve on the California Acupuncture Board, where he served for 7 years. His
colleagues elected Steel as Chairman of that Board for two years in a row. Steel has testified
to the legislature, regarding changing laws impacting patient rights.


Professional Associations & Memberships

  •  State Bar of California
  •  Orange County Bar Association
  •  Los Angeles Bar Association
  •  Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
  •  Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association
  •  Consumer Attorneys of California


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