Following graduation from law school. Prof. Kowalski clerked for the Honorable Judge John D. Holschuh of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He then practiced law, specializing in employment discrimination and other civil rights litigation. He also served as General Counsel to The Housing Advocates, Inc., a not-for-profit public interest organization which represents low and moderate income persons and community groups in discrimination and other housing matters. He has worked with the Employment Law Clinic since 1989 and has served as Director of the Clinic since 2006. In addition to the Employment Law Clinic, Professor Kowalski teaches the Trial Advocacy and Employment Discrimination courses.
Op Ed: GOP Congress Ignores Nation's Real Problems, The Plain Dealer (2006)
Book Review, Ohio Lawyers Weekly (2000)
Reviewing L. S. Platt & C. Ventrell-Monsees, Age Discrimination Litigation, James Publishing (2000)
Litigating a Fair Housing Case in the 90's (with Edward Kramer), The Practical Litigator (1990)
Recent statutory amendments to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, 42 U.S.C. Sections 3601...