Luke Boso has been a Visiting Professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law since 2014, where he teaches Constitutional Law I and II, Remedies, Education Law, and Criminal Law. Boso was an Associate Professor at Savannah Law School from 2013-14, and he was a Law Teaching Fellow with the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law from 2011-13. Boso began his legal career as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge Phillip D. Gaujot of the Circuit Court of Monongalia County, West Virginia. He then spent a year as a Staff Attorney at a small civil rights firm in Los Angeles, litigating Fourth Amendment cases regarding police misconduct. Boso’s scholarly interests lie at the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and class in American law, and he is particularly focused on understanding how the law could better serve LGBTQ people who live in rural and other conservative places. His Article, Urban Bias, Rural Sexual Minorities, and the Courts, 60 UCLA LAW REV. 562 (2013), won a 2014 Dukeminier Award as one of the year’s best legal articles on LGBTQ issues.