Jerrold L. Walden

Jarrold L. Walden

Position: 

Professor of Law

Biographical Information

Jerrold Walden held degrees from Union College, Columbia Law School, and Yale Law School.  After graduating from law school, he clerked for Judge S.H. Kaufman of the Southern District of New York.  He served for four years as assistant counsel for the Congressional subcommittee on antitrust.  As a professor, he spent the bulk of his career teaching at University of New Mexico School of Law.  He served as a professor at University of Iowa College of Law from 1967 to 1969, having been recruited by his former colleague, Dean David Vernon.  He also served as dean of University of North Dakota School of Law from 1963 to 1967.  He died in 1976.

Publications

Books

Jerrold L. Walden, Civil Procedure in New Mexico (University of New Mexico 1973)

Articles

Jerrold L. Walden, "Civil Procedure in New Mexico in 1975," 6 N.M. L. Rev.367 (1976)
Jerrold L. Walden, "C.I.A.: A Study in the Arrogation of Administrative Powers," 39 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 66 (1970)
Jerrold L. Walden, "Proselytes for Espionage—The CIA and Domestic Fronts," 19 J. Pub. L. 179 (1970)
Jerrold L. Walden, "Antitrust and the new Industrial State," 44 St. John’s L. Rev. 206 (1969)
Jerrold L. Walden, "More about Noerr – Lobbying, Antitrust and the Right to Petition," 14 UCLA L. Rev. 1211 (1967)
Jerrold L. Walden, "A Twentieth Century Curriculum for the Small Law School: The North Dakota Plan," 20 J. Legal Educ. 97 (1967)
Jerrold L. Walden, "Antitrust in the Positive State: II," 42 Tex. L. Rev. 603 (1964)
Jerrold L. Walden, "Antitrust in the Positive State," 41 Tex. L. Rev. 741 (1963)
Jerrold L. Walden, "The International Petroleum Cartel in Iran—Private Power and the Public Interest," 11 J. Pub. L. 64 (1962).
Jerrold L. Walden, "The New Rules in New Mexico," 1 Nat. Resources J. 96 (1961)
Jerrold L. Walden, "The Dual-Rate Moratorium—End of the Isbrandsten Odyssey," 10 J. Pub. L. 78 (1961).