Ji Seon Song is currently the Thomas C. Grey Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School. Her scholarship focuses on criminal and juvenile law; in particular, her research explores the intersection of the criminal and juvenile justice systems and different institutions and areas of law. Her current project examines policing in hospitals. She teaches Federal Litigation in a Global Context and Legal Research and Writing at Stanford law School. Ji Seon received her JD from Columbia Law School and an LLM in Trial Advocacy from Georgetown University Law Center. Ji Seon holds a BA in East Asian Language and Cultures with a Minor in Music from Columbia College, Columbia University. Ji Seon was a founding member of the Asian American Criminal Trial Lawyers Association and the Bay Area Public Defenders for Racial Justice. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Pacific Juvenile Defender Center.