Recognition for my teaching includes the HLS Student Government Teaching and Advising Award (2020); the UVA Student Council Distinguished Teaching Award (2019); the 2018 Z Society Distinguished Faculty Award (for “one outstanding member of the University’s faculty who has positively impacted the student body); and recognition at the Seven Society's 27th Annual Monticello Dinner Series (for "exemplary scholarship and transformative instruction of students at the University of Virginia School of Law").
I am very interested in law school pedagogy, especially how best practices known elsewhere in the university might inform a new generation of law teachers. During my Ph.D. studies at Yale, I completed a Certificate in Teaching Preparation. During the 2016-17 school year, I was an Ignite Scholar through the UVA Center for Teaching and Learning. You can see one of my property classes at UVA on Youtube here.
I have taught the following courses:
- Advanced Topics in Property Law (with Claire Priest) (YLS)
- Urban Law and Policy (reading group) (YLS, HLS)
- Land Use Law (UVA)
- State and Local Government Law (UVA)
- Property Law (UVA, HLS)
- Urban Legal History (UVA)