Stanley Fleishman (1920-1999) is a
lawyer known primarily for trying First Amendment obscenity cases. He was also very active
advocating on behalf of the legal rights of the disabled community. Prior to his work, the
wheelchair-bound were not permitted to serve on juries in California. The
Stanley Fleishman Collection documents a small segment of
Fleishman's personal and professional life as a trial lawyer in Southern
Stanley Fleishman (1920-1999), of the Los Angeles area law firm Fleishman & Fisher, was
noted for trying First Amendment cases and advocating for the legal rights of the disabled
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