(1991 – 1992) Sole instructor of Essentials of Trial Advocacy course which was taught to newly assigned federal and public defenders. Developed and wrote the case file utilized in the course.
UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL OF LAW INTENSIVE ADVOCACY PROGRAM (1992 – Present)
Lead Instructor. Responsible for organizing program schedule and content for class materials and teacher training. Present lectures and demonstrations on voir dire, openings, closings, and direct examinations. Evaluation of faculty members.
STANFORD LAW SCHOOL (1992 – Present)
Lead Instructor. Responsible for lectures in various trial advocacy skills. Evaluation of faculty members. Prepare evaluations and recommendations of the program for the directors.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR TRIAL ADVOCACY
(1992 – Present) Instructor. Taught numerous NITA in-house programs at Pillsbury Madison & Sutro; Allstate Insurance; Preston, Gates & Ellis Law firms.
(1998) Taught at the San Diego Deposition Course
(1989 – 1991) Instructor at the NITA Pacific Regional Course
CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW
(1991 – 2003) Adjunct Professor. Teaching Basic Trial Practice and Advanced Trial Practice. Developed and implemented the Advanced Trial Practice, a three-credit course, for the school. Developed and wrote case files for the Advanced Trial Practice course.
(1992 – Present) Trial Team Coach. Coached ABA and ATLA trial advocacy competition teams. Won regional as well as state championships.