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Prof. Jeffrey L. Kwall Lí81
&
Roberta
Rosenthal Kwall L’80
For Better or Worse,
Penn Law Couple Continue to Teach Law

 
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DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS of their respective academic communities, Professors Jeffrey L. Kwall L’81 and Roberta Rosenthal Kwall L’80 owe a great deal to Penn Law. Not only have the two led parallel lives since meeting one another in Irvine Auditorium in the fall of 1977, but to Roberta’s knowledge, the Kwalls are the only husband-and-wife Penn Law graduates active as full-time professors of law. In the spring of 2004, Jeffrey completed his 20th year on the faculty of Loyola University
Chicago School of Law. His achievement matched Roberta’s, who in the spring of 2003 completed her 20th year as a faculty member at DePaul University College of Law.

Jeffrey is the Kathleen and Bernard Beazley Professor of Law at Loyola and is the Director of Loyola’s Tax LLM Program. He also serves as Of Counsel to the firm of Michael Best & Friedrich. Roberta is the Raymond P. Niro Professor of Intellectual Property Law at DePaul, as well as the Director of the DePaul Law School Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology (CIPLIT). The Kwalls published their jointly authored casebook, Fundamentals of Modern Property Law (Foundation Press, University Casebook Series, 4th ed.) in the fall of 2000.
 
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