Eugene Kim

Professor of Legal Writing

Full-Time Faculty

(415) 422-6611


Assistant Professor Eugene Kim received his undergraduate degree from Carnegie Mellon University and his law degree from the University of San Francisco. He previously worked as a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of Nixon Peabody LLP and served as a law clerk to the Hon. Donna M. Ryu of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

BS, Carnegie Mellon University
JD, University of San Francisco
Presenter, “Link Arms and Learn Together: Connecting Individual Students to the Classroom Collective,” 2017 Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, Seattle, Washington (August 2017)
Presenter, “Flipping the Law School Classroom,” Seattle University School of Law, “Faculty Development Monday,” Seattle, Wash. (November 2014)
Presenter, “Creating Effective Videos for the Flipped Law School Classroom: Theory and Application,” Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) Teaching Conference, “Legal Education in a Time of Change: Challenges and Opportunities,” Las Vegas, Nev. (October 2014)
Presenter, “Learning by Flipping: How Flipping Can Help Keep Skills Training from Floppin,” University of Verona, Italy, “2014 Global Legal Skills Conference,” Verona, Italy (May 2014)
Presenter, “Flipped Classroom Sharing: An exchange of ideas, tools and best practices for flipping a lecture or class,” University of San Francisco Tech Fair, “Innovative Technologies in Teaching and Learning,” San Francisco, Calif. (February 2014)