Five Minutes with Glenn Greenwald

By Don FranzenJune 20, 2014

Five Minutes with Glenn Greenwald

LARB's legal affairs editor, Don Franzen caught up with Glenn Greenwald during his hectic day in Los Angeles and had a five-minute chat about Edward Snowden and the NSA, about his hopes and regrets, and about his next download.



Don Franzen is an entertainment and business lawyer in Los Angeles. He is the legal affairs editor for Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Don Franzen is a lawyer in Beverly Hills specializing in entertainment and business law. He has lectured on entertainment law at the Eastman School of Music, Santa Monica College’s Academy of Entertainment and Technology, the Berklee School of Music in Valencia, Spain, and lectures at UCLA’s Herb Albert School of Music, where he teaches two courses on the law and the music industry. He has published articles on legal issues in newspapers, magazines, and law journals. He serves on the board of the Los Angeles Opera and counts among his clients leading performers in opera, orchestral music, film, and the recording industries. He is the legal affairs editor for Los Angeles Review of Books.


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