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Law educator

Thomas Charles Heller, American law educator. Bar: Wisconsin 1975.

Background

Heller, Thomas Charles was born on February 27, 1944 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

AB, Princeton University, 1965. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1968.

Career

Attorney Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, Brussels, 1968. Fellow International Legal Center, Bogota, Colombia, 1968—1970. Fellow law and modernization Yale Law School, 1970—1971.

Assistant to associate professor University Wisconsin, Madison, 1971—1979. Co-director Center Public Representation, 1976—1977. Associate Yale Institute Social Policy Studies, 1978—1979.

Visiting associate professor Stanford Law School, 1978—1979, professor law, 1979—1996, Lewis Talbot and Nadine Hearn Shelton professor international legal studies, since 1996, associate dean, 1997—2001. Visiting professor Center for Law and Economics University Miami, 1977—1978. Director overseas studies program Standford University, 1985—1992, deputy director International Studies Institute, 1989—1992.

Fellow Humanities Research Institute University California, Irvine, 1989. Jean Monnet visiting professor European University Institute, 1992—1993, 1996—1999. Senior fellow Standford University, since 1993.

Visiting professor Center for Law and Economics Catholic University, Louvian, 1998.

Achievements

  • Bar: Wisconsin 1975.

Connections

Married; 2 children.