My research broadly rests at the intersection between law, globalization, and stratification. Specifically, across a range of sites and different levels of analysis, it interrogates the ways in which law and legal institutions create, continue, and counter different kinds of socio-economic inequalities. These motivations and interests have resulted in four interrelated areas of empirical inquiry, as I elaborate below. Together, they aim to ask: what frameworks can law offer for understanding social change and vice versa?
See a full list of my publications as well as the awards and grants that have supported this work. You can also learn about my upcoming research talks and presentations.
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