Eunice Park



Professor of Law



J.D., University of Michigan
A.B., Smith College


Torts I and II


Professor Park currently teaches Torts I and II.  Formerly, Professor Park was a Professor of LAWS at Southwestern Law School; Visiting Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law; and Assistant Director of the Legal Writing and Research program at Western State College of Law.

Professor Park’s scholarship addresses the tension between technology and privacy.  Her article on reproductive health care data privacy post-Roe won the Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award, which recognizes leading privacy scholarship relevant to policymakers in the U.S. Congress, at federal agencies, and international data protection authorities. Professor Park’s article on warrantless cell phone searches, which anticipated the United States Supreme Court case of Riley v. California, was referenced in the Petition for Writ of Certiorari.

Professor Park has served as Co-Chair of the Diversity Committee for the National Association of Legal Writing Directors; Assistant Editor for the Legal Writing Institute Journal; and as a Moot Court Competition coach, with her team winning Best Overall in the 21st Annual National Juvenile Moot Court Competition.


You can view Professor Park’s complete research on her SSRN Author page:

  • Reproductive Health Care Data Free or For Sale: Post-Roe Surveillance and the “Three Corners” of Privacy Legislation Needed, 30 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 185 (2023).
  • The AI Bill of Rights: A Step in the Right Direction, Orange County Lawyer Magazine, Vol. 65, No. 2, February 2023.
  • Designing the Course of the Future: How to Build Community in Synchronous Classes, Law Teaching Strategies for a New Era: Beyond the Physical Classroom (Carolina Academic Press 2021).
  • Your Biometrics: Private or Not?, Orange County Lawyer Magazine, Vol. 62, No. 1, February 2020.
  • Objects, Places and Cyber-Spaces Post-Carpenter: Extending the Third-Party Doctrine Beyond CSLI:  A Consideration of IoT and DNA, 21 Yale J. L. & Tech. 1 (2019).
  • Protecting the Fourth Amendment After Carpenter in the Digital Age: What Gadget Next?, Orange County Lawyer Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 5, May 2018.
  • The Elephant in the Room: What is a ‘Nonroutine’ Border Search, Anyway? Digital Device Searches Post-Riley, 44:3 Hastings Const. L.Q. 277 (Spring 2017).
  • Establishing Learning Outcomes Under ABA Standard 302: Cultural Competence, AALS Section on Teaching Methods Newsletter, Fall 2016.
  • Equitable, Gender-Neutral Language Means More Effective Advocacy, California Lawyer Magazine, August 2015.
  • Traffic Ticket Reasonable, Cell Phone Search Not: The Cell Phone as “Hybrid” and the Search Incident-to-Arrest Exception, 60:2 Drake L. Rev. 429 (Winter 2012).


  • Privacy Risks for Vulnerable Populations, Invited Panelist, AALS 2024 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2024.
  • The Use of Consumer Data in Prosecuting Abortions, Invited Panelist, American University Washington College of Law, April 2023.
  • Reproductive Health Care Data Free or For Sale: Post-Roe Surveillance and the ‘Three Corners’ of Privacy Legislation Needed, 13th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers, Washington, DC, February 2023.
  • Future of Privacy Forum: Privacy Papers for Policymakers, Briefing for Federal Trade Commission, February 2023.
  • Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice:  Benefits and Biases, ALWD Biennial Conference, University of Michigan Law School, June 2021.
  • The Private Market & Public Surveillance, Invited commenter, Hoover Institution Jean Perkins Foundation Working Group on National Security, Technology and Law, Stanford University, May 2021.
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference, Boca Raton, Florida, August 2020.
  • Recognizing and Addressing Implicit Bias, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference, Boca Raton, Florida, August 2020.
  • Diversity + Inclusion = Change, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference, Boca Raton, Florida, August 2019.
  • Cultural Competence to Advance Diversity and Inclusion in Practice: Why, How, & Assessment, Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, UCI School of Law, September 2018.
  • Settlement: A 1L Exercise to Prepare for Appellate Advocacy, Seventeenth Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference, Arizona State University, March 2017.