Storyteller: Brooks, Terry
Interviewer: Houseman, Alan
Date of interview: 2016-11-09
Topics: Access to justice and American Bar Association (ABA)
Geo, US: WI
NEJL I.D.: NEJL-009.116
Georgetown status: Video upon request
Georgetown notes: summary, bio note, keywords
Link to NEJL page: http://aspace.ll.georgetown.edu/public/repositories/2/archival_objects/316
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Transcript link: Transcript
Consortium status: Gtn info copied
Abstract: Interview was conducted at the NLADA meeting in Indianapolis.
Terry Brooks is formerly the director of the American Bar Association Division for Legal Services, and chief counsel to the ABA Standing Committee on Legal Aid & Indigent Defendants (SCLAID). Since 1988, he has lead the ABA staff department providing legal counsel, project management and logistical support for 10 standing committees and commissions which collectively serve the public by improving access to justice for the poor and those of modest means, and serve the profession by assisting lawyers with key professional and personal issues. He is a 1980 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School.