Professor Moscato has been teaching civil litigation courses for over a decade. Prior to moving to the Bay Area, he spent five years as a Lecturer in Law and the Director of Litigation at UCLA School of Law, where he taught a live-client Depositions course and co-taught in the Trial Advocacy clinic. He has been teaching at UC Hastings since 2011 (Civil Procedure II; Federal Courts; Professional Responsibility); and at Golden Gate University School of Law since 2009 (Civil Procedure I & II; Depositions; Pretrial Civil Litigation; and Family Law). He also periodically has taught litigation skills courses at UC Berkeley School of Law, and has been a presenter at various employment law/civil litigation CLE seminars.
Professor Moscato received his undergraduate degree in Political Economy of Industrialized Societies from UC Berkeley (1991) and his law degree from UCLA School of Law (1996). Before going into teaching, he clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Laughlin E. Waters (C.D. Cal.) and worked as an employment litigator and advocate for low-wage workers.
Courses Taught: Civil Procedure II, Federal Courts, Professional Responsibility
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