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)