Professor Kenneth Katkin appears frequently in local and national media as an analyst for current legal issues and trials.
Prior to coming to Chase in 2000, Professor Katkin litigated constitutional and telecommunications law cases with the Washington, D.C., firm of Wiley, Rein & Fielding. His clients included America Online, CBS, McCain for President 2000, the Media Access Project, Pacific Bell, Southwestern Bell, Clear Channel Communications and the Washington Legal Foundation. Before entering private practice, he was a law clerk for Judge David M. Ebel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, at Denver. Before attending law school, he worked as an artists and repertoire director for several independent record companies, and as a non-commercial radio disc jockey and talk show host.
Professor Katkin holds a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Princeton University.
First Amendment Lochnerism?: Emerging Constitutional Limitations on Government Regulation of Non-Speech Economic Activity, 33 N. Ky L. Rev. 365 (2006) Hein Online
Communication Breakdown?: The Future of Global Connectivity After the Privatization of INTELSAT, 38 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 1323 (2005) reprinted in Europe in Volume 10 of the Int'l J. Communications L. & Pol'y, IJCLP Web-Doc 07-10-2005 (2005) Hein Online
Incorporation of the Criminal Procedure Amendments: The View From The States, 84 Neb. L. Rev. 397 (2005) Hein Online
Campaign Finance Reform After Federal Election Commission v. McConnell, 31 N. Ky L. Rev. 235 (2004) Hein Online
Conflicting Perceptions of the Rule of Law, 3 Insights on L. & Soc'y 10 (2 2003) Hein Online
The Second Amendment Today: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Constitutionality of Firearms Regulation, 29 N. Ky L. Rev. 643 (2002) Hein Online
Kentucky Survey Issue: The Establishment Clause, 29 N. Ky L. Rev. 73 (2002) (co-authored with Laurie Lamb) Hein Online
Cable Open Access and Direct Access To INTELSAT, 53 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 77 (2002) Hein Online
Cyber-Law: Problems of Internet Governance, 28 N. Ky L. Rev. 656 (2001) Hein Online
'Throwing A Hail Mary': The U.S. Supreme Court Refortifies The Wall of Separation Between Church and State, 65 Ky Bench & Bar 6 (2001)