About Kari E. Hong

Kari Hong is an assistant professor of law at Boston College Law School. An expert in immigration law, criminal law, and family law, Professor Hong’s scholarship focuses on the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, the intersection of family law and immigration law, and contemporary matters in criminal law. Her articles have been published in the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, and the University of Virginia Law Review. The New Jersey Supreme Court has cited her work. She has served as a commentator on television, radio, and in print.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Boston College Law School
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Disciplines

None

Courses

  • Fall 2015: Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions, Ninth Circuit Appellate Project
  • Spring 2016: Family Law, Ninth Circuit Appellate Project, Criminal Law

Contact Information

Kari E. Hong
Assistant Professor
Boston College Law School
885 Centre St.
Newton Centre, MA 02459
Office Location:
East Wing 320
Phone:
617-552-4340


Articles (5)

Ninth Circuit Appellate Program Cases (4)

Ninth Circuit Appellate Program Media (6)

Op-Ed Pieces (4)

Television and Radio Appearances (7)

Panels (7)

Speaker (8)

Published Cases (18)

Boston College Community (4)

Amicus Matters (4)

Bar/Court Admissions (4)