Faculty & Administration
Stephen B. Rudolph
Room 315 Lewis
Stephen B. Rudolph joined the International Aviation Law Institute after 10 years as editor of the prestigious CCH Aviation Law Reports and a founding editor of the journal Issues in Aviation Law & Policy. Rudolph, who brought the publication rights for Issues in Aviation Law & Policy with him to DePaul, continues as its managing editor. He also manages the Institute’s day-to-day activities and spearheads several of its major initiatives, including an annual international symposium and the groundbreaking "Conversations with Aviation Leaders" oral history series.
A graduate of the College of Law, Rudolph brings more than 30 years of business and entrepreneurial experience to DePaul, including stints as vice president/general manager of a television production facility and deputy director of the Illinois Department of Labor, in addition to his publishing career. Rudolph received DePaul University’s Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award in 2004 and the College of Law’s award for Outstanding Service to DePaul University in 2006.
B.S., Northwestern University; M.Ed., National-Louis University; J.D., DePaul University College of Law.