Henry Hardy Perritt,, American law educator. Bar: Virginia 1976, Pennsylvania 1977, District of Columbia 1981, Maryland 1995, Illinois 1998, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1981, United States Court Appeals (3d circuit) 1979, United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit) 1979, United States Court Appeals (6th circuit) 1983.
Perritt, Henry Hardy was born on December 30, 1944 in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. Son of Henry Hardy andMargaret Frances (Floyd) P. Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966, Master of Science in Management, 1970.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966. Master of Science in Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1970. Juris Doctor, Georgetown University, 1975.
Senior sales planner Lockheed Corporation, Marietta, Georgia, 1968-1971. Executive secretary Cost of Living Council, Washington, 1972-1975. Legislation analyst United States Department Commerce, 1971-1972.
Member staff White House, 1975. Deputy undersecretary United States Department Labor, 1975-1976. General counsel labor Conrail, Philadelphia, 1976-1981.
Professor law Villanova University, 1981—1997, director Villanova Center for Information Law and Policy, 1992-1999, director Project Bosnia, 1996-1999. Dean Kent College of Law, Chicago, 1997—2002, professor law, since 1997. Consultant attorney Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Washington, 1981-1990, Conrail, 1981-1990.
Vice chairman Coal Commission, United States Secretary of Labor, 1990. Member computer science and telecommunications board National Research Council, Council Foreign Relations. Board directors Chicago (Illinois) Council Foreign Relations.
Democratic nominee for United States Congress 10th District Illinois, 2002. Member American Bar Association (chairman committee on R.R. and airline labor law 1983-1986, chairman committee on regulatory initiatives and information technical, administrative law section, co-vice chairman dispute resolution committee, administrative law section 1987-1990, secretary labor and employment section 2000-2001), Association American Law Schools (chairman section on law and computers 1991), Economic Club.