Unlike many lawyers, Jay Cooper has managed to enjoy a lucrative and star-studded legal career without need of a closet filled with drab pin-striped suits, starched white shirts, neck-choking ties and tightly cinched wingtips. In other words, he has practiced law successfully for years, thank you very much, without having to don the customary lawyer’s uniform.

The secret of his casually adorned success? Why, it’s really no secret at all. Cooper is one of Los Angeles’ high-powered entertainment attorneys who early on rejected the stuffy environs of downtown law in favor of its open-collared version on the hipper west side of town.

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