Bill Koski (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Eric & Nancy Wright Professor of Clinical Education and Professor of Law at the Stanford Law School where he directs the Youth and Education Law Clinic, an in-house legal clinic devoted to ensuring that disadvantaged children and communities receive excellent and equal educational opportunities. Koski is a 1993 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and received a Ph.D. in Educational Policy Analysis at the Stanford School of Education in 2003. After a stint in private practice with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and starting a boutique litigation firm with three other lawyers, Koski joined the East Palo Alto Community Law Project in 1997 and has represented hundreds youth and families in race discrimination, student discipline, and disability rights matters. He has served as co-counsel in three recent complex class action matters, including Emma C. v. Eastin, a pathbreaking class-action lawsuit that seeks to systemically reform the special education delivery service in a Bay Area school district. As an educational researcher, Koski has published articles on educational equity and adequacy, the politics of judicial decision-making, and postsecondary remedial education, and has provided expert witness testimony in the Williams v. California school reform litigation.