During law school, Walter Kendall was an associate editor of the St. John's Law
Review and The Catholic Lawyer. After graduation, and before joining the John Marshall
faculty in 1975 he served as a trial attorney at the Federal Power Commission, as house
counsel at Baxter Laboratories, and as assistant to the director of the Illinois
Department of Public Aid. 

He is an advisor to many community and citizen groups. He has served as chair of Access
Living, an advocacy group for people with disabilities, and as co-chair of Illinois Peace
Action. Currently, he is on the boards of Illinois Citizen Action and the Illinois
Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, as well as Access Living
and AAUP-Illinois. Professor Kendall is past chair of the ISBA's Administrative Law
Section Council, and he has served as an arbitrator for the National Futures Association. 

He was an elected member of Consolidated School District 15 in the NW suburbs of Chicago,
and the Cook County Democratic Party, and an appointed member of the Cook County Human
Rights Commission. 

Professor Kendall has lectured at universities in Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, and
Taipei. He teaches or has taught Administrative Law, Banking Law, Constitutional Law,
Disability Law, Economics and the Law, International Organizations, Public International
Law, and Legal Philosophy. 


Forthcoming and Prepublication Versions


Magna Carta and Its Companion Charter of the Forest, Faculty Works-In-Progress Series (2015)
Concurrent Session 6B. Justice and the Teaching of Lawyering Skills (with Stacy Brustin, Walter Kendall, Faith Mullen, and Jay Sterling Silver), SALT Teaching Conference: Teaching Social Justice, Expanding Access to Justice: The Role of Legal Education & The Legal Profession (2012)