Nicolas P. Terry, LL.M

Co-director of the Saint Louis University for Health Law Studies
Saint Louis University
St. Louis,Missouri
United StatesNicolas P. Terry, B.A.(Law), Kingston University; LL.M., University of Cambridge, Professor of Law and Co-Director, Center for Health Law Studies, Saint Louis University School of Law. Professor Terry is the co-author of Problems in Insurance Law (West, 1989), Cases, Materials And Problems in the Law of Torts (Michie/LLP, 1991, 1997), and Products Liability, Cases, Material, Problems (Michie/LLP, 1994, 1998 Supp.). An expert on the integration of law and computers, Professor Terry has published numerous articles on the subject and is also the author of Moving to a Windows Word Processor from WordPerfect DOS (West, 1994). Professor Terry received the 1987 Thompson & Mitchell Award for exceptional scholarship for his article on medical malpractice arbitration. His most recent law review article is Cyber-Malpractice: Legal Exposure for Cybermedicine, 25 Am. J. Law & Med. 327-66 (1999). Educated at Kingston University and the University of Cambridge, Professor Terry began his academic career as a member of the law faculty of the University of Exeter in England. He joined the Saint Louis faculty in 1980. Professor Terry was a visiting professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law in 1986-87 and taught Cyberspace Law at Washington University School of Law in the Spring of 1999. During the 1996-97 academic year Professor Terry was on leave from the law school and was Director of Legal Education for LEXIS-NEXIS. He is Co-Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Health Law and a member of the CALI Editorial Board and the CALI Board of Directors and the Board of Directors, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics. Co-Director of the Saint Louis University Center for Health Law Studies, Professor Terry was the Conference chair for the 20th Annual Health Law Teachers Conference, St. Louis, June, 1999. He teaches Torts, Products Liability, Cyberspace Law, Insurance Law, Health Care Provider Liability, and Computer Law.