Dr. Thomas R. Hunter
Thomas R. Hunter holds Bachelor's, Master's, and Law degrees from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. A member of the North Carolina Bar, he clerked for a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, and has taught at the University of Arkansas Law School, Hendrix College, and Auburn University.
At West Georgia, he teaches the two-semester sequence in Constitutional
Law, Judicial Process, Southern Politics, and American Government. He
also serves as the university's Pre-Law Advisor, and is faculty advisor
to the West Georgia Pre-Law Society and Epsilon Omicron Iota Pre-Law
He has published articles and book chapters on American legal and
political history, and is currently completing books on historical
patterns of Congressional districting, the institutionalization of
legal education, and a biography of a major Nineteenth Century
attorney-politician (George E. Badger of North Carolina).