I’m a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. I teach and write about constitutional rights and remedies, criminal procedure, discrimination, judicial behavior, law and culture, and markets.
Before I joined the University of Denver faculty, I was an Assistant Professor at the William & Mary School of Law, an Adjunct Professor at the Washington College of Law American University in Washington D.C., and a Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University Law Center. I also practiced First Amendment law with Americans United for Separation of Church and State and clerked for Judge Lipez of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. I attended Northwestern University and Stanford Law School.
In fall 2013 I will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at the UCLA School of Law.
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Licensed since 2007
Pro Bono (100%)
|Assistant Professor||University of Denver Sturm College of Law||2011 - Present|
|Assistant Professor||William & Mary School of Law||2010 - 2011|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Asian Pacific American Bar Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|Law and Society Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|American University Law Review||Judicial Erasure of Mixed-Race Discrimination||2010|
|Pepperdine Law Review||The Saucier Qualified Immunity Experiment: An Empirical Analysis||2009|
|Journal of Legal Education||A Noteworthy Absence||2009|
|Asian Pacific American Law Review||Multiracial Identity and Affirmative Action||2007|
|Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics||Attorney-Client Privilege in the Public Sector: A Survey of Government Attorneys||2007|
|Stanford Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|Northwestern University||English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2001|
|2010 Law and Society Annual Meeting||Law and the Invention of Race||2010|
|Critical Race Theory 20 Conference||Judicial Erasure of Mixed-Race Discrimination||2009|
|Conceptualizing Substantive Justice Conference||Judicial Erasure of Mixed-Race Discrimination||2009|