Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan, 2009  (University Wide Award)

Kingdon Award for Outstanding Instruction, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, 2008

Microeconomics, Public Policy 555, (with Professor James Levinsohn) Fall 2004

American Election Law, Political Science 432

(with Professor Peter Osetek)  Fall 2007, Winter 2008

Computational Legal Studies, Political Science 499, Fall 2009, Winter 2010

Constitutional Criminal Procedure, Political Science 389,  Spring 2008, Summer 2007

Textbook: The Law of Democracy, Issacharoff, Karlan & Pildes  (Foundation Press)

Administrative Law


Criminal Procedure

State and Local Law

Quantitative Methods for Lawyers

Criminal Law

Election Law

Law and Economics

Constitutional Law


Public Law and Judicial Politics

Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Litigation

Textbook:  Basic Criminal Procedure, Kamisar, LaFave, Israel, King & Kerr (West Publishing)

Courts, Politics and Society, Political Science 317, (with Professor Jenna Bednar) Fall 2008

American Election Law, Political Science 432

(with Professor Marvin Krislov)  Fall 2005, Fall 2006

Introduction to Computing for Complex Systems, ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, Summer 2010