Distinguished Research Professor of Law
A well-known employment and labor law and voting rights scholar, Professor Terry Smith was a professor of law at Fordham University, where he taught civil procedure, employment law, labor law and public sector labor law, and voting rights. Professor Smith received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, magna cum laude, and his law degree from New York University. While a law student, he was a Patricia Roberts Harris Fellow, recipient of the Leonard M. Henkin Prize, and articles editor of the Annual Survey of American Law. After law school, Professor Smith clerked for the Hon. Nathaniel R. Jones, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, and was an associate at Kirkland & Ellis.
BA, Brown University; J.D., New York University