Thomas Galloway is Of Counsel in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Washington D.C. office. He is the founding partner of Galloway & Associates, a law firm that concentrates in the representation of institutional investors – namely, public and multi-employer pension funds.
Galloway has authored several books and articles, including: The American Response to Revolutionary Change: A Study of Diplomatic Recognition (AEI Institute 1978); American's Energy: Reports from the Nation (Pantheon 1980); Contributor, Coal Treastise (Matthew Bender 1981); Contributor, Mining in Germany, Great Britian, Australia, and the United States 4 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 261 (Spring 1980); A Miner's Bill of Rights, 80 W. Va. L. Rev. 397 (1978); and Contributor, Golden Dreams, Poisoned Streams (Mineral Policy Center Washington D.C. 1997).
Galloway represents and/or provides consulting services for the following: National Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth, United Mine Workers of America, Trout Unlimited, National Audubon Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, German Marshal Fund, Northern Cheyenne Indian Tribe, and Council of Energy Resource Tribes.
Galloway earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida State University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia Law School, where he was on the editorial board for the University of Virginia Law Review.
- Institutional Investor Services
University of Virginia Law School, J.D., 1972
- Member, Editorial Board of the University of Virginia Law Review
Florida State University, B.A., 1967
- District of Columbia