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Gerrard, Gary 1952-

GERRARD, Gary 1952-


Born October 14, 1952, in Athens, GA; son of William T. (an attorney) and Joanne (maiden name, Holt; present surname, Carter) Gerard; married Barbara Ashton Hunnicutt, September 15, 1979; stepchildren: Kathryn Ashton Berryman Kiesner. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Attended San Antonio College, 1973; University of Georgia, A.B. (magna cum laude), 1976, J.D., 1979.


Home—Lexington, GA. Office—Office of Gary Gerrard, P.O. Box 542, Lexington, GA 30648. E-mail—[email protected].


Gerard & Matthews, Athens, GA, attorney, 1979; Kimbrell, Hamman, Jennings, Miami, FL, attorney, 1980-82; Haddad, Josephs & Jack, Coral Gables, FL, attorney, 1982-90; Freidin, Hirsch & Gerrard, Miami, FL, attorney, 1991-93; Office of Gary Gerrard, Lexington, GA, owner, 1993—. University of Miami, adjunct professor, 1994-95; University of Georgia, adjunct professor at Lumpkin Law School, 2002—; North East Georgia Technical Career Academy, member of design team. Dade County Republican Executive Committee, member, 1987-88; Oglethorpe County Development Authority, chair, c. 1998-99. American Cancer Society, volunteer. Military service: U.S. Army, 1972-74. U.S. Army Reserve, 1976-86; became captain.


Georgia Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, Phi Delta Phi, Oglethorpe County Rotary Club, Porsche Club of America, Sports Car Club of America, Porsche Owners Club.


The New Social Contract: Beyond Liberal Democracy, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 2002.


A book on American history through a small Georgia community from 1790 to 1870; Fried, a legal thriller dealing with the death penalty.

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