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Bannai,Lorraine

Working on the 'case of a lifetime'

Lorraine Bannai March 23 & 24, 2000

I started working on this case when I was one or two years fresh out …

Irons,Peter

Finding the Smoking Gun

Peter Irons October 27, 2000

And I picked out the box that said Korematsu v. United States. And I thought …

Irons,Peter

Closing the Korematsu Case

Peter Irons October 27, 2000

And at the conclusion, after he sat down, Judge Patel had already decided the case …

Irons,Peter

Lesson to be Learned

Peter Irons October 27, 2000

The internment did not just affect Japanese Americans. It certainly didn't just affect Asian Americans. …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

On Generational Differences in JABA’s Early Years

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

It’s interesting, but a lot of the older lawyers were not really interested in starting …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

“I had no idea about studying law…”

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

I remember studying in the law library at Stanford, and I’d see just rows of …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

“How did I end up going to law school?”

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

When I was at school—at Stanford—I went to a speech given by John Kennedy when …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

Opening Up Shop in Little Tokyo

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

I felt very connected to Little Tokyo. I had been going there all my life, …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

The Other Two JA women lawyers in Los Angeles—Chiyoko Sakamoto and Madge Watai

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

We all knew each other, the three of us. (laugh) […] The other two were …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

The Founding of JABA: Getting Judges Appointed

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

The Chinese lawyers had already formed SCCLA (Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association). The Hispanic lawyers …

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