Professor of Law and Director of Law Library
M.L.S., University of Washington
J.D., University of Washington
Ph.D., University of Washington
M.A., University of Washington
B.Mus., Walla Walla College
Professor Kenneth Rudolf joined the College of Law in 2002. As Director of the Law Library, he oversees a growing library of over 300,000 volumes in print and microform. Professor Rudolf became a full professor in 2006 and was granted tenure in 2009. He teaches courses in legal research and oversees the certificate in legal research program offered by the law library to law students.
Prior to coming to the College of Law, Professor Rudolf worked at Yale Law School for nearly 12 years, five of those as head of reference at the Lillian Goldman Library. He oversaw government documents, provided reference for both Anglo-American and Foreign/International collections, and served on several committees and task forces.
Professor Rudolf is a speaker and guest lecturer on legal research and has lectured in several courses at Yale Law School. He also taught music at Walla Walla College in Washington. Early in his career, Professor Rudolf received a Fulbright-Hayes Graduate Fellowship from the University of Vienna and spent a year doing dissertation research in Austria, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary.