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Thomas Sholars Currier

Thomas Sholars Currier, American lawyer. Bar: Louisiana 1956, Va 1967, Distric 1970, New York 1970. Member American Law Institute, National Association Bond Lawyers, Order of Coif.

Background

  • Currier, Thomas Sholars was born on August 18, 1932 in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States. Son of Charles Ford and Caroline (Sholars) Currier.

  • Education

    • Student, Princeton University, 1952. Bachelor of Laws, Tulane University, 1956.

    Career

    • Associate firm Stone, Pigman & Benjamin, New Orleans, 1957-1959. Assistant professor law Tulane University, 1959-1962. Associate professor Louisiana State University, 1962-1964, University Virginia, 1964-1967, professor, 1967-1970.

      Partner firm Mudge Rose Guthrie & Alexander, New York City, 1971-1977, Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood, New York City, since 1977. Lecturer Practicing Law Institute. Member labor arbitration panel Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, American Arbitration Association.

      Trustee South Kent (Connecticut) School, 1969-1974, Davis and Elkins College, 1971-1983.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Louisiana 1956, Va 1967, Distric 1970, New York 1970.

    Works

    • Author: (with J.W. Moore) Moore's Federal Practice, volunteer 1B, 1963, (with Forrester) Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure, 1962. Contributor articles in law reviews.

    Membership

    Member American Law Institute, National Association Bond Lawyers, Order of Coif. Clubs: Downtown Association.

    Connections

    • Married Barbara Ann Dawson, July 3, 1954. Children: Charles Ford, II, Thomas Dawson, Henrietta Sholars.
    • father: Charles Ford Currier
    • mother: Caroline (Sholars) Currier
    • spouse: Barbara Ann Dawson
    • children: Charles Ford Currier
    • II Currier
    • Thomas Dawson Currier
    • Henrietta Sholars Currier
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