B.A., University of Florida, magna cum laude

J.D., University of California at Berkeley School of Law

Research Interests

  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Procedure
  • First Amendment
  • Privacy
  • Equal Protection


Before law teaching, Professor Ngov practiced domestically and internationally. She was a deputy prosecuting attorney in the state of Washington and practiced in Germany with the U.S. Department of the Army as a Civilian Attorney-Advisor. The U.S. Department of the Army awarded her the Commander's Award for Civilian Service and Performance Awards for her legal service to deploying soldiers and their families during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Her scholarship focuses on constitutional law and constitutional criminal procedure, and her articles have been published in the Stanford J. Civil Rts. & Civil Liberties, Utah Law Review, Tennessee Law Review, American Criminal Law Review, and American University Law Review, among others.  Professor Ngov’s scholarly works have been cited in United States Supreme Court briefs and by United States District Courts and state Supreme Courts.  She has received Professor of the Year awards for her teaching.

Additional Information

Law Review Articles