Pictured above is Professor Rodriguez. He has almond shaped brown eyes, tan skin, and straight hair that is combed over to the side. He is wearing glasses and a light grey L.L.Bean quarter zip.

Alberto Rodriguez

  • Lecturer in Law

Alberto Rodriguez (he/him) is a legal practice instructor at Columbia Law School.  Mr. Rodriguez has over a decade of experience teaching law students how to sharpen their legal writing and oral advocacy skills.  Mr. Rodriguez believes in creating an inclusive learning environment where students of all backgrounds feel comfortable expressing their unique points of view and finding their voice as legal advocates.  

Mr. Rodriguez currently serves as the instructor for the LaLSA Moot Court Program, a first-year appellate advocacy course dedicated to exploring legal issues affecting the broader Latinx community.  Apart from his role as a legal practice instructor, Mr. Rodriguez is a practicing attorney focusing on civil rights issues in employment and technology.

Mr. Rodriguez received his B.A. in political science from Stanford University and his J.D. from Columbia Law School and is fluent in Spanish.