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Edward A. Nolfi

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Edward Anthony Nolfi (born September 30, 1958, in Warren, Ohio) is an American attorney, editor, teacher, and writer, and the author of numerous legal textbooks published by McGraw-Hill, including the first (and only) comprehensive legal terminology textbook published in the United States, Legal Terminology Explained (2009). Nolfi is a bachelor's degree, liberal arts graduate of Brown University and a doctorate degree, law graduate of The University of Akron. Admitted to the bar in Ohio, New York, and United States federal courts including the United States Supreme Court, he has been an attorney since 1983. From 1985 to 1987, he was an American Law Reports (ALR) editor with The Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company. From 1999 to 2006, he was a lead case law editor, product developer, and project manager with LexisNexis. Since 1988, he has taught legal, business, crimin
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