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E. Thomas Wood
Works at Large global law firm
Attended Cambridge
Lives in Nashville, TN
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I'm proud to work for the law firm that filed this brief. It could be one of the most important amicus curiae submissions in the Prop 8 case before the Supreme Court.  it addresses the substantive due process ground for affirmance, which the Ninth Circuit bypassed.  It is possible that one of the swing votes on the Court could look to substantive due process rather than equal protection as a rationale for striking down Proposition 8.
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The most awesome thing I have ever discovered online when trying to wind down late on a Friday evening. For my non-Southern friends who may not know the short fiction of Flannery O'Connor, well, give yourselves the gift of this quintessential exercise in Southern Gothic. (h/t Bhob Rhust)
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Kinda evil. To the Easter Bunny.
 
A startup says they've spent a year trying to get Google to admit they screwed up and to provide them restitution. Tired of waiting and not wanting to sue, they've unleashed a social mediaized campaign to go public (the PR, not the financial kind) with the issue.
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Tom Wood is a journalist and author living in Nashville, his hometown. Since late 2012, he has worked as a staff writer/editor for a large global law firm.

Wood's 1994 biography Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust (John Wiley & Sons), telling the story of Roman Catholic emissary Jan Karski's efforts to carry some of the first news of the Jewish tragedy from Poland to the West, earned critical acclaim internationally and has been republished in Polish and in three separate German editions. He is currently involved in a documentary film project based on his work with Professor Karski.

Wood's journalism has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and numerous other newspapers and magazines. From 2005 until 2011, he was a writer and editor for the Southcomm suite of local Nashville publications. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and holds an M.Phil. degree in European Studies from the University of Cambridge.

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  • Cambridge
    M.Phil., European Studies, 2001 - 2002
  • Vanderbilt
    B.A., English & Classics, 1982 - 1986
  • Montgomery Bell Academy
  • Riverside Military Academy
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