Title:Water rights and legal issues at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1951-1983
East Bay Municipal Utility District oral history series
Creator/Contributor:Reilley, John B. (John Brady), 1916-, creator, ive
Creator/Contributor:McFarland, John W.
Creator/Contributor:Howard, Frank E.
Creator/Contributor:LaBerge, Germaine., ivr
Creator/Contributor:Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office.
A graduate of the Boalt School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, and attorney for the East Bay Municipal Utility
District, John B. Reilly talks about the Alameda County Public Defender's Office under Willard Shea; litigation and negotiation
for Mokelumne River water, and the contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation for American River water; unionization and
affirmative action. He reflects on board members, and on water law and environmental issues.
East Bay Municipal Utility District (Calif.)
Alameda County (Calif.). -- Public Defender's Office.
Water-supply -- California -- Alameda County
Water-supply -- California -- Contra Costa County
Lawyers -- California -- Interviews
Water -- Law and legislation -- California
University of California, Berkeley. -- School of Law -- Alumni and alumnae -- Interviews
John B. Reilley ; with introductions by John W. McFarland and Frank E. Howard ; interview conducted by Germaine LaBerge in
1995 and 1996.
Forms part of: East Bay Municipal Utility District oral history series.
1 v. (viii, 120 p.) : port. ; 28 cm.
9 sound cassettes.
KF373.R45 .A3 1997