Christa Bracci teaches legal research and writing and legal practice skills. She currently teaches Law 321 Advanced Legal Research to upper year JD students and Law 881 Legal Research for Scholarship to law graduate students. She has taught first year legal research and writing, introduction to legal practice skills, and occasionally lectures in Law 201 on intellectual property law and in Law 135 on the legal research process. She is currently developing the legal skills curriculum for the Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law. As a member in good standing of the Bar of Ontario, and formerly of the Bar of British Columbia, she has practiced in both large and small firm settings. Prior to being called to the bar, she also worked as a government research and analysis specialist. Her research interests include legal education, information literacy, and legal skills pedagogy.