Daniel A. Jaffe
Professor of Lawyering Skills
B.A. 1983, J.D. 1989 (Columbia)
Faculty BiographyDaniel A. Jaffe teaches in the Legal Writing, Leadership, Experiential Learning, Advocacy and Professionalism (LLEAP) program and teaches education law. Jaffe joined the Case Western Reserve law faculty in 2006 after 16 years of practice in the fields of education law and labor law with the Cleveland office of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP. He additionally practiced education law with Squire Patton Boggs LLP from 2013-2015. Jaffe has previously taught as an adjunct professor at the Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He also has served a two-year term as the executive director of the Clean Air Conservancy. Jaffe is an author of Baldwin’s Ohio School Law, a practice-oriented guide to the laws applicable to elementary and secondary schools in Ohio.