Guernsey, Thomas F.

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GUERNSEY, Thomas F.

GUERNSEY, Thomas F. American, b. 1951. Genres: Law. Career: Admitted to the Bars of Virginia, New Hampshire, Supreme Court of the United States, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, United States District Courts, Eastern District of Virginia, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and District of New Hampshire. Vermont Law School, South Royalton, instructor in law, 1976-78; Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, Abraham L. Freedman fellow and lecturer in law, and assistant general counsel for Temple Legal Aid Office, all 1978-80; University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, assistant professor, 1980-83, associate professor, 1983-86, professor of law, 1986-, associate dean for academic affairs, 1992-. Attorney specializing in disability law, 1985-. Publications: (with Bacigal) Admissibility of Evidence in Virginia, with supplements, 1990; Problems and Simulations in Evidence, with instructor's manual, 1991; (with L.A. Dubin) Trial Practice, 1991; Virginia Evidence, with supplements, 1992; (with K. Klare) Special Education Law, 1993; (with Klare) Negotiations for Health Care Materials Managers: A Systematic Approach, 1993; (with Harbaugh and Zwier) Negotiate for Success! (interactive computer program), 1994. Contributor of articles and reviews to law journals. Address: School of Law, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA 23173, U.S.A.

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