Legal Studies 190.007 (UC Berkeley): Criminal Justice in the U.S.: Policing, Mass Incarceration, and Paths to Reform

Statistics 104 (Harvard): Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Economics (teaching fellow)

Statistics 111 (Harvard): Introduction to Theoretical Statistics (course assistant)

Senior thesis advising

Elena Schwartz, “Mandatory Justice?: Judicial Discretion and Disparities under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.” (2018-19)

Jazmine Phillips-Acie, "A Second Chance for Some: Racial Inequality in Placement and Performance in Massachusetts Drug Courts." (2017-18) (winner of the Kathryn Ann Huggins Prize for Most outstanding thesis relating to African American life, history, or culture.)

Megan Mers, "Why Women Win: The Crucial Role of Gender as a Voting Heuristic in Low-Information Judicial Elections." (2016-17)

Enioluwada Popoola, "Free to Vote: A Study of the Political Participation of Formerly Incarcerated Boston Residents." (2016-17)