Chris has taught undergraduate, graduate, and law school courses in: wills, trusts, and estates; labor and employment law; American politics; business management; labor studies; and social entrepreneurship. He was a postdoctoral fellow with teaching responsibilities at CUNY Law’s Community & Economic Development Clinic. During law school, he was a teaching assistant for torts.
Chris strongly enjoys his responsibilities as a professor. He prefers a “direct questioning” style of teaching that engages students, develops their ability to explain difficult concepts, and makes for a dynamic investigation of course material. At the same time, he aims to deliver lessons in a way that meets the diverse learning styles of his students by incorporating group work, mini-lectures, and audio/visual materials, as appropriate.