Barry Kellman is a law professor at DePaul University College of Law (since 1989), currently teaching: Environmental Law; International Criminal Law; International Law of Weapons Control; and International Environmental Justice and Sustainability.
For 25 years, Kellman has concentrated on legal challenges concerning weapons control and international security. He chaired the Committee of Legal Experts for the Chemical Weapons Convention (1992), and he was legal advisor to the U.S. National Commission on Terrorism (2000). He initiated and co-chaired the Interpol Program on Prevention of Biological Terrorism. Kellman also served on the National Academies of Science Committee on Research Standards and Practices to Prevent the Destructive Application of Biotechnology (2003).
Professor Kellman is the author of Bioviolence – Preventing Biological Terrorism and Crime, as well as dozens of essays, monographs, book chapters and over thirty law review articles. In addition, he has received three Fulbright awards to the University of Pristina, Kosovo; the Wallenberg Institute, Lund University, Sweden; and Fudan University in Shanghai, China.