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Todd D. Rakoff

Todd Rakoff is Byrne Professor of Administrative Law at Harvard University, and co-author of a leading casebook on Administrative Law. He has also taught Contracts to first year students for many years and written in that field as well. Deeply involved in the development of legal education, Professor Rakoff has chaired curricular reform committees at Harvard and professional development activities for the Association of American Law Schools.

  • starry night sky

    Balloon Boy

  • set of keys

    The Case of the Landlord's Dilemma

  • colorful play blocks

    The Case of the Lead Toys

  • surgical tools

    The Case of the Medical Stent

  • iron fence

    The Case of the Rent-Paying Tenant

  • apartment complex

    The Case of the Section 8 Housing Vouchers

  • a female employee at her desk on her laptop

    The Case of the Unpaid Interns