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Briefs: For Better or Worse, Penn Law Couple Continue to Teach Law  
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Jeffrey is the author of a leading corporate and partnership tax casebook used by more than 35 law schools around the country. He has served as Chair of the Faculty Development Committee at Loyola for more than a decade, and has published tax articles in many legal journals. Jeffrey also recently served as the Chair of the Federal Tax Section of the Chicago Bar Association. In addition to his tax expertise, Jeffrey teaches courses in real property and financial planning.

Under Roberta’s direction, CIPLIT has become one of the most successful IP programs in the country. She is one of the country’s leading experts on moral and publicity rights. Roberta conceived the Annual IP Scholars Conference to provide a forum for younger scholars, and has co-authored two widely used casebooks. In 1999, she received the Law School Faculty Achievement Award, and in 2002 was honored with the DePaul University Spirit of Inquiry Award. Last Year, Roberta was the Randall Parks Distinguished Lecturer at the University of Kentucky Law School.

In addition to their professional accomplishments, the Kwalls are active in the Jewish Federation of Chicago and Chicago’s Jewish Community. They have three daughters: Shanna, 18 (who will be a freshman at Michigan in the fall); Rachel, 16, and Nisa, 13.
 
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