I teach in the areas of legal studies, punishment and corrections, criminal justice and comparative law and politics. In addition to university instruction, I speak to a variety of audiences outside the academy. You can watch a video of a talk I gave on designing high school curriculum about law in China here.
Below are courses I have instructed at the University of California, Berkeley.
Legal Studies Global Access Program 400, Law in Action
Legal Studies R1B, Punishment & Capital Punishment (Self-designed course)
GRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUCTOR
Legal Studies 170, Crime & Criminal Justice (with Elizabeth Tejada and Richard Perry)
Legal Studies 161, Law in Chinese Society (with Rachel Stern and Robert Berring)
Legal Studies 109, Aims & Limits of Criminal Law (with Richard Perry)
Photo (above): blackboard after review session for Law in Chinese Society, Berkeley.