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Oral history interview with Lois Wood
Oral history interview with Justice Earl Johnson Jr., conducted by Alan Houseman
Justice Earl Johnson Jr. recounts his legal education, his studies for an L.L.M. in criminal law with Gary Bellow at Northwestern University; his move to Washington, D.C. in 1961, his work for the Organized Crime and ...
Securing Equal Justice for All: A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States (2013)
(Washington, D.C.: CLASP, 2013-12)
This short history is based on the previous written work of Justice Earl Johnson, Justice John Dooley, Martha Bergmark, and the authors. This is the third revision to our first history originally written in 2003 and ...
Oral History Interview with Edgar S. Cahn, conducted by Alan Houseman
In the interview, Edgar Cahn recalls how he met his wife, Jean Camper Cahn, at Swarthmore, how he followed her into law school after getting his PhD in English, and how the couple became involved with legal services in New ...
Alan Houseman Papers (NEJL 019)
Alan W. Houseman grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After graduating from high school, he attended Oberlin College in Ohio. While at Oberlin, Houseman was active in civil rights and civil liberties initiatives (he was ...
Oral History Interview with Michael "Mickey" Bennett, conducted by Alan Houseman (2004-05-27)
This collection includes the oral history interview with Michael "Mickey" Bennett, conducted by Alan Houseman on May 27, 2004. The collection consists of an interview transcript (pdf file).
Oral history interview with Henry Freedman
Henry Freedman retired in 2014 after serving as the Executive Director of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice in New York City for more than four decades. The Center emerged from the Center on Social Welfare ...