Gaillard T. Hunt
10705 Tenbrook Drive
Silver Spring, Maryland 20901
301-530-2807
gthunt@mdo.net

 

Who Is G.T. Hunt?

 

Gaillard T. Hunt is admitted in D.C., the U.S. Supreme Court, and various other Federal courts. He currently concentrates on criminal appeals assigned by the D.C. Court of Appeals.

He graduated from Archbishop Carroll High School in D.C., attended Georgetown and the University of Chicago, and received his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1965. He litigated Selective Service and military cases during the Vietnam era. Some of his papers from this experience are in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Search engines confuse Gaillard T. Hunt with his grandfather Gaillard Hunt (1862-1924). The grandfather edited the papers of James Madison and his name has recently started appearing in citations in the endless disputes about separation of church and state. Hunt's father, Gaillard Hunt, Jr. (1903-1949) left behind a novel which Hunt has published on this web site in honor of the centennial of the author's birth.

Hunt is a member of the District of Columbia Bar (and inactive in the New York Bar). He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his wife, Susan D. Hunt.

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