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Law educator , researcher

Thomas Dale Grant, American law educator, researcher. Bar: Massachusetts 1995, New York 1995, District of Columbia 1996, Supreme Court of the United States Court 2002, United States District Court District of Columbia 2003. Fulbright scholar, United States-United Kingdom Fulbright Commission, 1995-1998, Federal Chancellor scholar, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Heidelberg, Germany, 1999—2006.

Background

Grant, Thomas Dale was born on January 11, 1969 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Arrived in England, 2000. Son of Dale Emerson and Cathleen Carol Grant.

Education

Bachelor in History summa cum laude, Harvard University, 1991. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy in Law, Cambridge University, England, 2000.

Career

Law clerk United States Court Appeals 1st Circuit, Bangor, Maine, 1994—1995, Boston, 1994—1995. Visiting fellow Max-Planck-Institute for International Law, Heidelberg, Germany, 1999—2000. Junior research fellow St. Anne's College, Oxford (England) University, 2000—2002.

Senior research fellow Wolfson College, Cambridge University, since 2002. Research fellow Lauterpacht Research Center for International Law, since 2002. Consultant in field.

Achievements

  • Bar: Massachusetts 1995, New York 1995, District of Columbia 1996, Supreme Court of the United States Court 2002, United States District Court District of Columbia 2003.

Works

Membership

Member executive committee Representatives Abroad, London, 1997—1999. Member Harvard United Kingdom Scholarship Committee, 2001—2007. Member of British Fulbright Scholars' Association (treasurer since 2004).

Connections

father:
Dale Emerson

mother:
Cathleen Carol Grant