Prior to law school, Rogelio Lasso worked as a scientist, entrepreneur, and
consulting engineer. After law school, he was in private practice with two Chicago law
firms where he litigated cases ranging from medical malpractice and products liability to
breach of contract and patent infringement. Lasso has taught at the University of
Missouri at Kansas City School of Law and Washburn University School of Law. He was been
a visiting professor at DePaul and Santa Clara law schools and has taught in the summer
programs at Washburn and Loyola law schools.
At John Marshall, Professor Lasso teaches Torts, Products Liability and Complex
Litigation, advises the Latino Law Student Organization, and conducts empirical research
on how to improve law students' analytical and self-learning skills.
He is currently working on articles on "How Teaching Assistants are the Key to an
Effective Multiple Assessment Program" and "How To Institutionalize a Multiple
Assessment Program in Law School."
His latest article, "Is Our Students Learning?: Using Assessments to Measure and
Improve Law School Learning," was published in 2010 in the Barry Law Review.
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