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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 ...
Oral history interview with Clinton "Clint" Lyons, conducted by Victor Geminiani (1991 Jul 23)
Topics include: Legal services in New Jersey; Reginald Heber Smith program; legal services in Atlanta; initial opposition of Georgia Bar against legal services; responsibilities of the Office of Field Services of the LSC, ...
Oral history interview with Justice Earl Johnson Jr., conducted by Alan Houseman (2002 Nov 02)
Earl Johnson Jr., was born and grew up in Watertown, South Dakota. He went to college at Northwestern University in Chicago as a NROTC scholarship recipient, where he graduated in 1955 with a BA in economics. While in ...
Oral history interview with Clinton Bamberger, conducted by Christopher Brown (2002-06-04)
Discusses his early career, his involvement in Brady v. Maryland and the impact of the case, his recruitment to the OEO by Howard Westwood, his unsuccessful campaign for Md. Attorney General, his teaching career, his work ...