Christina Chong

Associate Director of the Academic Skills Program, UCI Law


Christina Chong previously taught in the academic support departments at Berkeley Law and UCI Law. She rejoins UCI Law after three years as an assistant professor at the University of San Francisco, where she managed their Academic and Bar Exam Success Program. Professor Chong has five years of experience working as a substantive law expert and attorney advisor for Themis Bar Review and is an active board member of the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty (CAPALF).

Prior to entering academia, she was the director of public programing for UC Berkeley’s Center for Latino Policy Research, externed for Justice Goodwin Liu at the California Supreme Court, and worked for Merlin Entertainments, an international hospitality company, as an operations and events manager. Professor Chong was the managing editor of Berkeley Law’s Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law and currently researches institutionalized discrimination in various industries, such as academic skills, entertainment, and the criminal justice system. She received her B.A. and J.D. from UC Berkeley and her passions include animation and animal rights. 

Current Courses:

Legal Analysis & Writing Practice 2

Prior Courses:

Legal Analysis of Evidence