Luke Boso is an Associate Professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where he teaches Constitutional Law I, Constitutional Law II, Criminal Law, Education Law, Family Law, and Remedies. He has also served as a part-time visiting professor at the UC Hastings College of Law since 2019, where he teaches Constitutional Law II. Previously, Boso taught courses dealing with law and sexuality for two years as a law teaching fellow with the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. He also taught property and constitutional law courses for one year as an associate professor at Savannah Law School. Boso has published in a variety of legal journals, including the Arizona Law Review, the Florida Law Review, the Washington Law Review, the Tennessee Law Review, the UCLA Law Review, and the University of Hawaii Law Review. Boso was the recipient of a Dukeminier Award, which recognizes each year's best legal scholarship on LGBTQ issues, for his 2013 article “Urban Bias, Rural Sexual Minorities, and the Courts.” Boso also won first place in the national LGBT Bar Association's Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition when he was a student at the West Virginia University College of Law in 2008.