BELS Fellows (2020-2021)

BELS Fellows, (2020-2021)

BELS Fellows 2020-2021

BERKELEY EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES (BELS) GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP

BELS Fellows (2020-2021)

NameDisciplineProject
Benn, AnniePolitical ScienceInvestigating the Role of Partisanship in Regulatory Review
Darling-Hammond, SeanPublic PolicyCombining Legal and Quantitive Tools to Ascertain the Impact of Alternative School Discipline Practices
Gomez-Vidal, CristinaSocial WelfareInvisible and Unequal: Unincorporated Community Status as a Structural Determinant of Maternal and Infant Health
Fang, YanJurisprudence and Social PolicyLaw Enforcement Access to Digital Data: Understanding the Everyday Processes
Klass, AnatolHistoryInternational Law and the Making of the Modern Chinese State
McLemore, BrieJurisprudence and Social PolicyAlternative Courts as Social Welfare Providers
Oxholm, Perfecta (Pita)Public PolicyHow Police Officer Mindset Impacts Police-Community Contact and What Can be Done to Improve Relations
Painter, FantasiaEthnic StudiesBordering the Nation: Land, Life, and Law in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands and on O'odham Jeved Land
Sybilla Fabros, AlinayaSociologyThe Making of a Transnational Workforce: Reproducing Systems of Migrant Labor Across Generations, Philippines, 1974-present
Wyman-McCarthy, TimRhetoricPhilanthropy, Social Movements and the Future of Liberal Internationalism
Zubair, AyyanJuris DoctorateQuantifying Reasonable Doubt: Analyzing Harmless Error 50 Years After Chapmand Versus California