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Record: Legal Oral History Project: David Rudovsky, November 16, 1999.


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Legal Oral History Project: David Rudovsky, November 16, 1999.

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1445 Biddle Law Library
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1999 VHS

Summary:

Penn Law Faculty. David Rudovsky is considered one of the nation’s most renowned civil rights and criminal defense attorneys. [More] He has litigated major civil rights and police misconduct cases for over three decades. Rudovsky has been a Senior Fellow at the Law School since 1987, teaching courses in Criminal Law, Constitutional Criminal Procedure and Evidence. At the same time he has continued his unique public interest law practice with the firm of Kairys, Rudovsky, Epstein & Messing. He has also written widely in the civil liberties/civil rights area, and has contributed both scholarly articles and litigation related books for practicing lawyers and judges. Rudovsky takes his litigation experience into the classroom where he integrates doctrine and practice to give his students a comprehensive understanding of legal principles and their role and application in the courts. Rudovsky has received numerous awards, including a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and Award for Accomplishments in Civil Rights Law and Criminal Justice, the ACLU Civil Liberties Award, and most recently the 2004 Harvey Levin Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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  • Rudovsky, David

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