L.A. Law was a legal drama television series that aired in the 1980s. The show focused on the personal and professional lives of the attorneys working at the fictional law firm of McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney, and Kuzak in Los Angeles.
The iconic opening sequence featured saxophone music and a montage of images that showcased the fast-paced and glamorous world of LA law. The intro featured the ensemble cast of the show, including Corbin Bernsen, Susan Dey, Jimmy Smits, and Harry Hamlin. “L.A. Law” tackled issues such as racism, sexism, and drug addiction while also depicting the high stakes and politics of the legal system.