Wyatt Lim-Tepper

Wyatt Lim-Tepper

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty


Wyatt has extensive experience working with and presenting on the reentry population, collaborative court best practices, and professional growth. He has presented to different courts and conferences nationally for the Federal Judicial Center and orchestrated the Collaborative Courts Summit for the Northern District of California in 2019.

In his current position as the Collaborative Courts Manager for the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Wyatt oversees the Alternatives to Convictions Alternative Program. He helps clients on pretrial release and Reentry Court helping clients on post-release supervision.

Wyatt lives in San Francisco with his wife and child, and in his free time, enjoys playing piano and fantasy baseball.


  • Collaborative courts
  • Program development

Research Areas

  • Collaborative courts
  • Multidisciplinary teams
  • Professional growth
  • Criminal justice treatment


  • Northern District of California Criminal Rules and Practice Committee


  • University of San Francisco, MS in Behavioral Health, 2019
  • San Francisco State University, BA in Sociology, 2010

Prior Experience

  • Collaborative Courts Manager, Northern District of California
  • Adjunct Faculty, National Association of Drug Court Professionals