Teaching Experience

Adjunct Professor of Law (2015 to present)
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL 
www.luc.edu/law

  • Elder Law (scheduled to teach, Fall 2017)
  • Financing an Aging Population (scheduled to teach, Spring 2018)

 

Adjunct Professor of Law (2000 to present)
The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL 
www.jmls.edu 

  • Compensation Law: Taxation and Other Legal Issues

  • Current Topics in Information Technology Law: Workplace Privacy Issues

  • Elder Law: Basics

  • Elder Law: Informed Consent

  • Elder Law: Introduction

  • Elder Law: Planning for Health and End of Life

  • Elder Law: Planning for Property

  • Estate Planning for Young Married Couples 

  • Estate Planning Issues for Elderly Clients and Clients with Disabilities (scheduled to teach, Spring 2018, on-line format)

  • Estate Planning with Retirement Plans (currently developing, scheduled to teach, Spring 2018, on-line format)

  • Federal Income Taxation

  • Introduction to Legal Analysis, and Substantive Law Overview

  • Sexual Orientation Law

  • Survey of Employee Benefits Law

  • Tax and Employee Benefits Research

  • Taxation of Corporations, Corporate Transactions and Shareholders

  • Trusts and Estates  (currently co-teaching, Summer 2017)

  

Visiting Lecturer (2014) 
East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China   

  • Comparative Elder Law and the Economics of Aging Populations (taught to English-speaking LL.M.-level students)

  • Basic American Legal System and Research (taught to English-speaking JD-level students)

  • Comparative Legal Writing (taught to English-speaking JD-level students)

  

Adjunct Professor of Law (2010 – 2012) 
DePaul University College of Law Chicago, IL 

  • Employee Benefits Law