I teach a range of courses in political science and law & society as an instructor and teaching assistant. As an interdisciplinary scholar, I have taught in both legal schools and social sciences units. In political science programs, I would be happy to instruct courses relevant to my expertise, including but not limited to authoritarianism/democratization, legal mobilization, judicial politics (both U.S.-focused and/or from a comparative perspective), law and policy, and Chinese politics. In legal academia, I would be able to offer courses on legal ethics, legal profession, Asian legal systems, comparative law, as well as graduate seminars on socio-legal research and methodology. Notably, I have designed and taught qualitative methods (research design and field research) in workshops of different lengths in both English and Mandarin Chinese.

Teaching portfolio and proposed course syllabi will be provided upon request.

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