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Juanita Brooks, a litigator and principal in Fish & Richardson’s San Diego office, knows what it’s like to be treated as less than an equal by other lawyers.
In the late 1970s, Brooks joined the Federal Defenders of San Diego, where she represented offenders who were charged with federal crimes but financially unable to hire lawyers. Brooks said the program is race and gender blind. However, some lawyers she faced in courts were not.
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