Thomas Edward Headrick
Thomas Edward Headrick, American lawyer, educator. Bar: Connecticut 1960, California 1962. Named to, Franklin and Marshall Sports Hall of Fame, 2002. Member Phi Beta Kappa.
Headrick, Thomas Edward was born on June 28, 1933 in East Orange, New Jersey, United States. Son of Lewis Barnard and Marian Elizabeth Headrick.
Bachelor, Franklin and Marshall College, 1955. Bachelor of Literature, Oxford University, England, 1958. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1960.
Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1975.
Assistant director Ansonia Redevelopment Agency, Connecticut, 1959-1960. Law clerk to justice Washington State Supreme Court, Olympia, 1960-1961. Associate firm Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, San Francisco, 1961-1964.
Management consultant Emerson Consultant, London, 1964-1966, Baxter, McDonald & Company, Berkeley, California, 1966-1967. Assistant dean Stanford University Law School, 1967-1970. Vice president academy affairs Lawrence University, 1970-1976.
Dean law school University at Buffalo, 1976-1985, professor law, 1976—2010, interim dean arts and letters faculty, 1990, distinguished service professor, since 1993, provost, 1995-1999, senior counselor to president, 1999, interim dean architecture and planning, 1999. Consultant National Endowment of the Humanities, National Science Foundation. Legal commentator Station WKBW-television, 1978-1980.
Bar: Connecticut 1960, California 1962.
Married Mary Margaret Shontz, June 27, 1957. Children– Trevor, Todd.
Marian Elizabeth Headrick
Mary Margaret Shontz