Howard I. Kalodner
Dean and Professor of Law Emeritus
A.B., Haverford College
LL.B., Harvard Law School
Office: L 211
Professor Kalodner, a distinguished legal educator and scholar, served on the faculty of New York University for 13 years and as a visiting Professor at Columbia and at the University of Pennsylvania. A summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Haverford College, Professor Kalodner is a magna cum laude graduate from Harvard Law School, where he was Book Review Editor of the Harvard Law Review. He later served as Law Clerk to Justice Felix Frankfurter of the U.S. Supreme Court. Formerly Director of the Institute of Judicial Administration in New York City, he has authored numerous articles on a variety of legal topics. He served as Dean of the School of Law from 1977 to 1994 and retired from the faculty in 2006.
HOWARD I. KALODNER, ed., JUSTICE AND SCHOOL SYSTEMS THE ROLE OF THE COURTS IN EDUCATION LITIGATION (1990).
HOWARD I. KALODNER, ed., LIMITS OF JUSTICE: THE COURT'S ROLE IN SCHOOL DESEGREGATION (1978).
Howard Kalodner, The Relation Between Federal and State Protection of Literary and Artistic Property, 72 HARV. L. REV. 1079 (1959).