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Jeremiah Ho - Assistant Professor of Law


J.D. Whittier College School of Law
B.A. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Courses and administrative duties

Professor Jeremiah Ho teaches Contracts, Products Liability, and Remedies.

Professional background

Professor Ho received his bachelor’s degree from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and his law degree from Whittier College School of Law. Following graduation from UCLA, he taught high school students and also worked in the semiconductor industry for Applied Materials, Inc. before completing his juris doctor. While at law school, Professor Ho was the Executive Editor of the Whittier Law Review, a fellow at the law school’s Center for Intellectual Property, and was selected as the law review’s Editor of the Year in 2008. His other honors as a student as an undergraduate and in law school include the UCLA Dean’s Prize for Undergraduate Research and Writing, several UCLA Vice Provost Recognition Awards, and the Susan McGuigan Oral Advocacy Competition (1st-Round Winner).    

After earning his law degree, Professor Ho worked as an associate attorney for Marron & Associates in Long Beach, California, where he handled complex civil litigation cases in employment law and wage-and-hour matters. In 2009, Professor Ho returned to academia as an assistant professor of academic support at Whittier Law School to teach legal analysis courses to first-year students and to lecture in the law school’s bar program. Professor Ho then taught at Washburn University School of Law in Kansas, where he directed the law school’s bar program, completed a fellowship at Washburn’s Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, and served on the faculty as a visiting associate professor of academic support. He joined the faculty at the University of Massachusetts, School of Law at Dartmouth in 2012.     

Professor Ho is a member of the State Bar of California and the Federal District Court for the Central District of California.   


I’ll Huff and I’ll Puff—But Then You’ll Blow My Case Away: Dealing with Dismissed and Bad-Faith Defendants in California’s Anti-SLAPP Statute, 30 WHITTIER L. REV. 533 (2009)

Comment, What’s Love Got to Do with It? The Corporations Model of Marriage in the Same-Sex Marriage Debate, 28 WHITTIER L. REV. 1239 (2007)

Curriculum Reforms at Washburn University School of Law (co-authored with Michael Hunter Schwartz) in Reforming Legal Education (ed. David Moss) (2012)

A New Rhetorical Angle in Marriage Equality Cases, The L.A. Daily J., Feb. 23, 2012 at 8

Cleaning Up the Mortgage Mess, The L.A. Daily J., Dec. 23, 2010 at 4

Concerns Over Emergent Technologies Blur Patentability of Processes, The L.A. Daily J., Jul. 6, 2010 at 6

What’s the Impact of Citizens United?, The L.A. Daily J., Feb. 2, 2010 at 6

Driver Lawsuits and the Issue of Control, The L.A. Daily J., Jan. 14, 2010, at 4

Business Methods: Patentable or Not?, The L.A. Daily J., Nov. 24, 2009, at 5

The Aftermath of a Shaken Industry, The L.A. Daily J., Oct. 27, 2009, at 5

The Tension Behind Strategic Defaults, The L.A. Daily J., Oct. 14, 2009, at 5

A SLAPP Split, The L.A. Daily J., Sept. 3, 2009, at 7





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