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Bruce J. Terris was an assistant in the US Solicitor General's office from 1958 to 1965, where he argued sixteen cases before the Supreme Court. In 1970 he went into private practice. He was counsel in many landmark environmental law cases and was active in numerous District of Columbia-area nonprofits. In 1977 he was named a Penn Law honorary fellow. He died in 2017.
Levy, Corinne; Terris, Bruce J.; and Legal Oral History Project, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, "Interview with Bruce J. Terris" (2001). Legal Oral History Project. 41.