Dale Larson teaches Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis for LLMs.
Larson is currently an associate with the public interest law firm Strumwasser & Woocher, focusing on elections-related litigation and complex litigation for municipalities, school districts, and state entities.
Previously, Larson was an associate at Morrison & Foerster where he appeared in courts throughout California and gained experience in all aspects of litigation. He won the ACLU of Southern California’s 2011 Social Justice Award and Public Counsel Law Center’s 2011 Impact Litigation Award for work on a high-profile education reform case.
Larson received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Mathematics from Duke University, and his J.D. from UCLA where he was enrolled in the Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy and served as senior editor for UCLA Law Review. After law school, he clerked for the Honorable Consuelo B. Marshall of the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.
Larson previously taught high school Mathematics at a public boarding school in Tosamaganga, Tanzania for two years.
Larson’s publications have appeared in UCLA Law Review, University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class, and DePaul Journal for Social Justice.