Armand Derfner

Photo of Armand DerfnerPhoto | Jack AltermanArmand Derfner has been a civil rights lawyer for over fifty years. He has been counsel for, among others, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF) and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), and helped desegregate university systems and legislatures across the South. He argued his first Supreme Court case in 1968.

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Cover: Justice Deferred: Race and the Supreme CourtJustice Deferred: Race and the Supreme CourtBurton, Orville Vernon
Derfner, Armand
HARDCOVER05/31/2021$35.00
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