The Beverly Hills Law Building is the oldest and most unique law building in Beverly Hills. It was built in 1947 and was designed by the noted architect Rowland Henry Crawford who also built the Los Angeles Times-Mirror Company Building at Second & Spring Streets in Los Angeles, and the Brentwood Country Mart, amongst many other notable projects.
Over the years many famous and accomplished attorneys have maintained offices at the Beverly Hills Law Building, including several who went on to be judges in both the Superior Court and the United States District Court. There have been "Trial lawyers of the Year", and some of the most prominent civil and criminal attorneys in California. Presently there are 17 attorneys along with their staffs practicing in the building, most of whom have been there for many years with the Dean being former United States Attorney Burt Jacobson, who has had his offices in the building for 45 years.
The Building has been honored by many publications, listed in the Thomas Guide as a "building of distinction", been profiled in American Builder Magazine, with feature articles in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, The Beverly Hills Citizen Newspaper, etc.
The Beverly Hills Law Building has been described as a "jewel" and one of the most special buildings in the entire Southern California area.