Walter P. Loughlin
Lecturer in Law
Kirkpatrick Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis LLP
599 Lexington Ave.
New York NY 10022
Walter Loughlin is a Partner at Kirkpatrick Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis LLP. B.A., U.C.L.A., 1972; M.A., J.D., Yale University, 1976; Note Editor, Yale Law Journal; Law Clerk to Judge Jon O. Newman, United States District for the District of Connecticut, 1976-77; Law Clerk to Judge Walter R. Mansfield, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 1977-78; Assistant United States Attorney, 1979-83, and Chief Appellate Attorney, 1982-83, United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York; Associate Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School, 1983-89; Director, Vera Institute of Justice (London office), 1985-86; Associate Independent Counsel, Michael K. Deaver, 1986-88, and Iran-Contra prosecutions, 1988-89; Visiting Associate Professor, Columbia Law School, 1990; Fordham Law School, 1978-79; co-author (with Leonard B. Sand, John S. Siffer, and Steven A. Reiss), Modern Federal Jury Instructions (Matthew Bender 1985, updated semi-annually).