Christopher Bergin

2014-2015 Graduate Teaching Fellow

Office: Room 129G
Phone: 202-274-4292
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Professor Bergin joins the Legal Rhetoric faculty as one of the 2014-2015 Graduate Teaching Fellows. He graduated from Washington College of Law in 2014. During his time at WCL, he served as a Note & Comment Editor for the American University Law Review (AULR), a member of the WCL Mock Trial Honors Society, and as a Legal Rhetoric Classroom Dean's Fellow. AULR published Professor Bergin’s student Comment, entitled Take Off Your Genes and Let the Doctor Have a Look: Why the Mayo and Myriad Decisions Have Invalidated Method Claims for Genetic Diagnostic Testing, in Volume 63.1. In his third year, Professor Bergin received the 2013-2014 Civil Trial Advocacy Award for outstanding trial advocacy. Professor Bergin also interned at the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office; the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Enforcement Training Institute; and the Law Firm of Paley Rothman. He received his undergraduate degree in biology from the College of William and Mary.



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Degrees & Universities

  • B.A., American University Washington College of Law 2014
  • B.S., College of William & Mary