Ji Seon Song is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law. Professor Song's teaching and research focuses on criminal law, criminal procedure, and policing, while her scholarship examines the deployment of policing authority and corresponding effects on racial minority and other marginalized groups. Her research informs interventions that address race- and class-based disparities in policing practices. Song is author of “Patient or Prisoner,” (forthcoming by Georgetown Law Review) and “Policing in the Emergency Room” (Harvard Law Review, 2021). She is also co-author of “Law Enforcement and Patient Privacy Among Survivors of Violence: A Nationwide Mixed-Methods Study” (Journal of Surgical Research, 2022). Song regularly conducts trainings and provides consultation for medical providers on the intersection of medical care and policing. She is also a well-known advocate for local, regional, and national juvenile justice reform. Professor Song received a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, an LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A. from Columbia College, Columbia University.