On May 29, 2003, Professor Ludwik A. Teclaff died in his 85th year at his retirement home in St. Petersburg, Florida. Ludwik Teclaff, was a scholar, a patriot, a warrior and a man of faith. He was born in Czestochowa, Poland on November 14, 1918, just before Poland emerged as a newly independent Nation. In 1959 Dr. Teclaff joined the Fordham University School of Law Library, becoming Librarian of the Law School in 1962. During his twenty-four years as Librarian, Dr. Teclaff made the changes in technology and administration that would put Fordham's law library in the front rank of university law libraries. In 1963, Dr. Teclaff was appointed to the Faculty of Law as Assistant Professor of Law, Associate Professor in 1966, and Professor of Law in 1968. During his twenty-six years as a member of the law faculty, Professor Teclaff taught Public International Law, Environmental Law, The Law of the Sea, and Jurisprudence.
Joseph C. Sweeney,
Ludwik A. Teclaff (1918 – 2003) A Tribute,
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