Ada Shen-Jaffe oral history, 2012

Director of Columbia Legal Services and Evergreen Legal Services, both statewide civil legal aid programs, from 1986 through 2004 in Washington State. Also served on ABA’s SCLAID and in other leading roles.

Oral history details

Storyteller: Ada Shen-Jaffe
Interviewer: Pagalilauan, Tisha
Date of interview: Dec 21, 2012
Where relates to: Washington
Topics:
Law type: Civil
Collection: ABA Women Trailblazers
Georgetown Law Library link (possible video):
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Full text of transcript

Download PDF: Transcript

Important info from ABA Women Trailblazers Project and Stanford University

Recommended citation: Transcript of Interview with Ada Shen-Jaffe (Mar. 7, 2012; July 30, 2012; Aug. 30, 2012; Nov. 8, 2012; Nov. 30, 2012; Dec. 12, 2012; Dec. 21, 2012), https://abawtp.law.stanford.edu/exhibits/show/ada-shen-jaffe.

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Interview took place in multiple sessions: March 7, 2012; July 30, 2012; August 30, 2012;November 8, 2012;November 30, 2012;December 12, 2012; December 21, 2012.

Full text of transcript

Not provided in html format here due to length of transcript (40 pages). Please see attached PDF from ABA.


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