"Play is the exultation of the possible" --   Martin Buber

Victor Dorff has possibilitated a life of constant change, with careers in aviation, law, publishing, broadcasting, and the internet.

As an attorney, he pioneered a number of nascent fields: import/export of products for the disabled; protection of the rights of rape victims in the US; law for the non-lawyer.

He has extensive experience with the creation of sustainable, on-going media enterprises. In the early days of the World Wide Web, he consulted with Apple on the creation of one of the first internet newsrooms. While with ABC NEWS, he produced the world's first live-streaming network news broadcast. He later served as the first Executive Producer of CNBC.com.

In addition to countless hours of television and radio news, he has written math books, travel books, law books, and books on the art and science of spirals and bubbles.

He has taught law to undergraduate journalism students (NYU School of Continuing Education), writing to college freshmen (University of Southern California), and math (at the university and secondary-school levels).

He holds two degrees from USC (undergraduate in math; masters in broadcast journalism), a law degree from Stanford University, and a California single-subject teaching credential. He is a member in good-standing of UTLA (the Los Angeles teachers' union), the New Jersey Bar, SAG-AFTRA, and the Writers Guild.

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