Professor Guggenheim has practiced law in both the public and private sectors for over 30 years. He has held leadership positions in the Alexandria, Virginia, Bar Association, and lectures frequently on legal ethics and professional regulation to bar associations and other groups. As an adjunct professor at the Washington College of Law , he teaches Ethics for Trial Lawyers, and judges law student competitions.
Between February of 2000 and April of 2012, Professor Guggenheim was a prosecutor for the Virginia State Bar. He is now assistant ethics counsel for the Bar, giving Ethics Hotline advice to attorneys, presenting at seminars, and assisting the Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics in the generation of legal ethics opinions.
Professor Guggenheim earned his bachelor’s degree at Boston University, and is a graduate of the Washington College of Law, where he was awarded a Juris Doctor degree. He is a member of the Virginia and District of Columbia bars.
- LAW-915-001 Ethics for Trial Lawyers (Spring)