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lawyer , urban planner

Jerold S. Kayden, American lawyer, urban planner. Bar: Massachusetts 1985, District of Columbia 1991, New York 1992. Guggenheim fellow, 1989-1990; grantee National Endowment for Arts, 1979, 88, 20th Century Fund, 1989-1992.

Background

Kayden, Jerold S. was born on September 12, 1953 in New York, New York, United States.

Education

AB, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979. Master's of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979.

Career

Law clerk to judge The United States of America Court Appeals for 2d Circuit, 1979—1980. Law clerk to Justice William J. Brennan, Junior Supreme Court of the United States Court, Washington, 1980—1981. Lecturer Harvard Graduate School Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981—1984, associate professor urban planning, 1995—2003, director Master in Urban Planning program, 1998—2000, director Master in Urban Planning Program, since 2004, Frank Backus Williams professor urban planning and design, since 2004, co-chair department urban planning and design, since 2005.

Of counsel Warner & Stackpole, Boston, 1987—1999. Gerald D. Hines lecturer Harvard Graduate School Design, 1986-1987. Senior fellow Lincoln Institute Land Policy, Cambridge, 1988-1992.

Senior advisor on land reform PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COLLABORATIVE INTERNATIONAL /United States Agency for International Development, 1992-1994. President Masterclass, Inc., Los Angeles, 1976^. Board directors PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COLLABORATIVE INTERNATIONAL, Inc., 1992-2004.

Achievements

  • Bar: Massachusetts 1985, District of Columbia 1991, New York 1992.