Cliff Fridkis served as the attorney for
Bustop, Inc., a group originally formed by San Fernando Valley parents to stop forced
busing in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Bustop, Inc. was an
intervener in the Crawford vs. Board of Education school desegregation case in Los
Angeles in the late 1970s. The collection chronicles Bustop, Inc.'s involvement in
the Crawford vs. Board of Education case, and includes documents and research files that
are part of Fridkis' legal case files. Clerk transcripts, court decisions, motions
and orders, pleadings before the court, witness depositions and related research files
comprise the bulk of the material.
Cliff Fridkis practices law in the Los Angeles area. He served as the attorney for
Bustop, a group originally formed by San Fernando Valley parents to stop forced busing.
Bustop was an intervener in the Crawford vs. Board of Education in the late 1970s.
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