Title:A California Supreme Court justice looks at law and society, 1964-1996 / 1997
University of California black alumni series
Creator/Contributor:Broussard, Allen E., 1929-1996, creator, ive
Creator/Contributor:Metoyer, Carl B.
Creator/Contributor:Morris, Gabrielle S., ivr
Creator/Contributor:Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office.
Allen Broussard discusses growing up in Louisiana, and later attending Law School at Boalt Hall, University of California,
Berkeley. He talks about his law practice, building a political base, and working with the NAACP, Bay Area African American
political leaders, and his service on the Oakland Municipal Court, Alameda Superior Court, and the California Supreme Court,
including work with the Advisory Committee on Race and Gender in the California Courts. He closes with a discussion of his
Oakland, (Calif.). -- Municipal Court.
California. -- Superior Court (Alameda County)
California. -- Supreme Court.
California. -- Advisory Committee on Race and Gender in the California Courts.
African American lawyers -- California -- Interviews
African American judges -- California -- Interviews
Lawyers -- California -- Interviews
Discrimination in justice administration -- California
Judges -- California -- Interviews
University of California, Berkeley. -- School of Law -- Alumni and alumnae -- Interviews
Allen E. Broussard ; with an introduction by Carl B. Metoyer ; interviews conducted by Gabrielle Morris in 1991, 1992, 1995,
and 1996. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley,
Forms part of: University of California black alumni series.
1 v. (xii, 266 p.) : ports. ; 28 cm.
12 sound cassettes.
KFC960.Z9 .B76 1997