Faculty Profiles

Connie Chu

Connie H. Chu

Lecturer in Law
B.S. University of Southern California, 1999
J.D. USC Gould School of Law, 2002

Connie Chu co-teaches Introduction to Lawyer-Client Relationship at UCLA School of Law. She is currently a Managing Attorney at Disability Rights California, where she directs the Pathways to Work Practice Group, a state-wide group of attorneys and advocates who work to remove barriers to employment, including increasing access to competitive integrated employment for people with significant disabilities.

Previously, Ms. Chu was a staff attorney at Bet Tzedek Legal Services, and an Irmas Fellow at Public Counsel in Los Angeles.

Ms. Chu received her B.S. in Gerontology and her J.D. from University of Southern California. She currently serves as a board member of the Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC) and a member of the Tarjan Center Advisory Committee at UCLA.