I draw on my experience in legal practice and my training in social science while teaching doctrinal courses in estates and trusts and civil procedure. By incorporating innovative assignments and classroom activities, I seek to deepen students’ understanding of how legal rules and standards apply to real world scenarios. Introducing relevant empirical research further enhances students’ grasp of the significance and dynamism of doctrinal law. I have been nominated for both 1L and Upper Level Professor of the Year.

Prior to joining UCI Law, I taught courses on professional responsibility and the sociology of law at Cornell University. In addition, I served as teaching assistant for both theoretical and skills-based courses for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students while in graduate school. I received a Citation for Excellence in Teaching from the Department of Sociology for my work as teaching assistant for Linear Models (a graduate statistics course).

University of California, Irvine School of Law

– Wills & Trusts

(Fall 2017, Spring 2019, Spring 2020)

– Procedural Analysis

(Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Fall 2020, Fall 2021)

– Statistics for Lawyers

(Winter 2019, Spring 2020)

Cornell Law School

-Professional Responsibility for LLMs

(Spring 2017)

Cornell University Department of Sociology

-Sociology of Law

(Spring 2017)