Albert Kalter
Lecturer in Law
Albert Kalter practices law in New York, specializing in taxation, trusts and estates, and tax-exempt organizations.
Carl Kaplan
Lecturer in Law
Since September 1997, he has worked as appellate counsel and senior appellate counsel at the Center for Appellate Litigation, a non-profit defender organization that handles appeals for indigent defendants convicted of serious felonies in Manhattan and The Bronx.
Jack M. Kaplan
Adjunct Professor
Jack M. Kaplan is an experienced well-accomplished serial entrepreneur, consultant to many companies in management organization and financial services  and Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School.
Roberta A. Kaplan
Lecturer in Law
Roberta Kaplan is a partner in the Litigation Department at Paul Weiss.
Arthur S. Kaufman
Lecturer in Law
B.A. Columbia College, 1968. J.D. Columbia Law School, 1971. Currently Of Counsel  at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.
Risa Kaufman
Lecturer in Law
Risa E. Kaufman is the executive director of the Human Rights Institute (HRI) at Columbia Law School and a Lecturer-in-Law.
Michael Kavey
Lecturer in Law
Michael Kavey, Lecturer-in-Law, is an attorney, writer, teacher and translator in New York.
Thomas Keenan
Adjunct Associate Professor
Thomas Keenan teaches literary theory and is director of the Human Rights Project at Bard College (New York).
Thomas Kellogg
Lecturer in Law
Thomas Kellogg is Advisor to the President and Program Director for China and Northeast Asia at the Open Society Foundations in New York.
George Kendall
Lecturer in Law
George Kendall is the Director of Squire Sanders’ Public Service Initiative, (PSI), a pro bono working group that focuses most of its time on pro bono litigation and policy initiatives.
Danielle Kersis
Lecturer in Law
Ms. Kersis is a law clerk for the Honorable William J. Martini of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
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