Thurston Reynolds graduated from New York University (LL.M. in Taxation, 1981), University of Texas (J.D., 1977), and Abilene Christian University (B.A., 1974). He teaches primarily tax and jurisprudence courses, but he has also taught corporations, partnerships, wills, trusts and remedies. He joined the Law School's faculty in May, 1989, bringing 11 years of experience practicing tax law in business-oriented firms ranging from Lubbock, Texas to Cahill, Gordon & Reindel in New York City. He was admitted to the bars of Texas, New York, Missouri and Alabama. He has been named the Most Outstanding Faculty Member, and he serves as a regular bar review lecturer for BARBRI.
As a member of the Texas Law Review, he published on the collateral source rule as 55 Texas L. Rev. 557 (1977). His recent publications include Natural Law Jurisprudence of the Sermon on the Law, 31 Ohio N. U. L. Rev. 231 (2005), and Helping Graduates Who Fail the Bar Examination, 6 T. G. Jones L. Rev. 1 (2002). His current research is directed toward on article tentatively titled A Proposal to Mitigate the Anti-Natal Effects of the Payroll Tax.
Professor Reynolds has been an Assistant Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America and a deacon for Vaughn Park Church of Christ.
Natural Law Jurisprudence of the Sermon on the Law, 31 Ohio N. U. L. Rev. 231 (2005).
Helping Graduates Who Fail the Bar Examination, 6 Jones L. Rev. 1 (2002).
Works in Progress
One Mouth, Two Hands: Children and the Payroll Tax