GARY A. MAGNARINI, born Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
September 21, 1959; Admitted to Bar, 1988, Wisconsin;
1991, Florida. Education: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
(B.A., summa cum laude, 1984); American Graduate
School of International Management (M.I.M., with
distinction, valedictorian, 1985); Marquette University
(J.D., cum laude, 1988); University of Cambridge
(LL.M., first class honors, 1989); Editor, Marquette
Law Review, 1987-1988. Co-Author: with Stan V.
Smith, "Hedonic Damages," 64 Wis. Law.
17 (Feb. 1991). Author: "Jurisdiction Over
Foreign-Nation Manufacturers," 68 Fla. B.J.
38, March 1994; "Successor Products Liability,"
62 Wis. Law. 18, March 1989; Note, "Service
of Process Abroad Under the Hague Convention,"
71 Marq. L. Rev. 649, 1988. Withholding a Feeding Tube from a Nonnegative Dementia Patient, 83 Wis. Lawyer (May 2010). Adjunct Professor,
Stetson University College of Law, 1995-96. Teaching
Assistant, Marquette University Law School, 1987-1988.
Law Clerk to Chief Justice Nathan S. Heffernan,
Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1990-1991. Member: State
Bar of Wisconsin; State Bar of Florida; American
Bar Association. [Sr. Airman, Russian Translator,
Intelligence Division, U.S. Air Force, 1977-1981].
LANGUAGES: Spanish and German.
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