Professor Epps has taught many subjects over the course of her career at Suffolk University School of Law. Most recently she focused on International Law, The Laws of War and Immigration Law. During the spring semester of 2016 she served as a Fulbright Specialist at The Women’s Law College, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where she taught International Law, International Human Rights and The Laws of War.
She also consulted with the Law School’s administrators on a variety of academic issues. During the spring semester of 2008, she was a Visiting Professor at Hongik University, College of Law, in Seoul, South Korea where she taught International Law and International Human Rights. She was awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Lectureship for the spring semester of 2006 to teach International Law and International Human Rights at Fudan University Law School, Shanghai, China. She has also taught at Boston University Law School, Brandeis University Legal Studies Department, and the University of San Diego School of Law’s program in Paris, France and Mexico City, Mexico.
She has served as the co-director and a lecturer at Suffolk’s Summer Program on International and Comparative Law in Lund, Sweden and has lectured on International Human Rights for the International Bar Association in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and on International Law for the joint UMKC-Suffolk Continuing Legal Education Program in Oxford, U.K.