Dakota S. Rudesill
Assistant Professor, Moritz College of Law
Professor Rudesill is a scholar and practitioner of legislation and national security law and policy. He teaches courses in Legislation and National Security Law & Process. He also co-directs the Washington, D.C. Summer Program. Additionally, Professor Rudesill leads a coalition pushing for Congress to create an analogue to the judiciary’s law clerk program, and directs The Ohio State National Security Crisis Simulation.
Three particular areas of emphasis in Professor Rudesill’s work throughout his career have been arms control (and especially nuclear weapons), the federal budget, and the experiential “learning-by-doing” training of professionals. His publications have appeared in the Georgetown Law Journal, Yale Journal of International Law, Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, and the Washington University Law Review, among others.