Judy Zeprun Kalman
Deputy General Counsel, Office of Attorney General, Boston, MA
B.A., Brandeis University
J.D., Boston University School of Law 1980
Judy Zeprun Kalman is an Adjunct Professor teaching Depositions and Discovery, Criminal Procedure, Appellate Advocacy, and Trial Advocacy. She has also taught writing at Boston University School of Law. Professor Kalman is the Deputy General Counsel and the Director of the AG Institute at Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Office. In that role, she provides legal counsel to the Executive Bureau on personnel, contracts, conflicts of interest, ethics issues, and assists in developing internal policies, guidelines, and procedures. Professor Kalman has served as a faculty member for the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI) and in that capacity presented lectures and facilitated workshops all over the country on a variety of continuing legal education topics. She has published a number of articles in law-related periodicals.
Judy Zeprun Kalman, Teaching Ethics Can Be Fun, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION BUSINESS LAW SECTION, (November/December 2005).
Judy Zeprun Kalman, A Modest Proposal for a New Way to Use Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome, 1 SEXUAL ASSAULT REP. 33 (1998).
Judy Zeprun Kalman, Case Comment, Commonwealth v. Murphy, 81 MASS. L. REV. 158 (1996).
Judy Zeprun Kalman, Book Review, Sex, Sin, and Blasphemy: A Guide to America's Censorship Wars, 81 MASS. L. REV. 136 (1996).
Judy Zeprun Kalman, Case Comment, Commonwealth v. Fini, 74 MASS. L. REV. 110 (1989).
Judy Zeprun Kalman, Case Comment, Babets v. Secretary of Human Services, 74 MASS. L. REV. 36 (1989).