Bikku Kuruvila is a visiting scholar in the University of San Francisco School of Law and part-time faculty member in the School of Management. Professor Kuruvila offers courses in governance and financial development, public finance, the legal and regulatory environment of business and state and local government law, among others. 

In recent years, Professor Kuruvila has served as a senior consultant to many stakeholders in financial sector governance in India. He has worked as a legislative aide and counsel to a former Speaker of the New York City Council, a former Deputy Majority Whip of the New York State Assembly and the Office of the Mayor, New York City. He has authored several influential pieces of legislation and has been an administrative law judge for the City of New York.  Professor Kuruvila has over 70 publications released to the public, ranging from public reports to invited and refereed social science and law review articles.

JD, Cornell University
Master of Regional Planning, Cornell University
BA (Honors), Political Economy, Stanford University
"Argument over tax revenue for jail favors city", Record Searchlight, 05/09/2016