Award-winning writer, Norma Zager was the editor of the Beverly Hills Courier when the legal assistant and environmental crusader Erin Brockovich launched her case against the city of Beverly Hills, the high school, and the oil companies. As a journalist, she dealt with the lawsuits on a daily basis, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the trial. She confronted not only the issues brought up in court, but the personal struggles of Beverly Hills residents. Zager received such honors as the Los Angeles Journalist of the Year and the Los Angeles Best Investigative Series for her work on the Brockovich case. In addition, the Wall Street Journal and the Columbia Journalism Review praised her investigative reporting.
Zager earned her BA in journalism from Wayne State University. She is a member of the National Press Club and the Los Angeles Press Club, where she served on the board of directors. A freelance journalist, she teaches investigative journalism at California State University, Los Angeles. In addition to contributing articles to major publications, Zager has authored several books. The former stand-up comic and avid cook has appeared on HGTV, daytime talk shows, and cooking shows. She lives in West Hollywood, California.
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