JSP Student Profile

Aniket Kesari

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Year: Doctorate in JSP

Email: Aniket.Kesari@gmail.com

Education:

B.A.:
Political Science and History
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick
(summa cum laude, 2014)

J.D.:
Yale University (exp. 2022)

Ph.D.:
Jurisprudence and Social Policy
University of California, Berkeley

Awards:

Selznick Fellowship
Google Public Policy Fellowship
Data Science for Social Good Fellowship at The University of Chicago
Law, Economics, and Political Center Fellowship

Website: https://akesari12.github.io/

Concentrations:

Law & Economics
Privacy/Cybercrime Law
Data Science
Public Policy
Public Law

Academic Experiences:

Lecturer:
Computational Social Science
Graduate Student Instructor (GSI):
Human Contexts and the Ethics of Data (Fall 2018, supervisors: Cathryn Carson & Margo Boenig-Liptsin
Law, Data, and Prediction (Spring 2018 & Spring 2019, supervisor: Jon Marshall)
Introductory Statistics (Graduate, Fall 2017, supervisor: David Harding)
Law & Economics I (Fall 2016, supervisors: Ben Chen and James Hicks)
Law & Economics II (Summer 2016, supervisor: Daniel Vencill)
International Human Rights (Spring 2016 & Spring 2017, supervisors: Alexa Koenig & Eric Stover)
European Legal History (Fall 2015, supervisor: Chuck McClain)
Law, Politics, and Society (Summer 2015: supervisor: Malcolm Feeley)

Graduate Student Researcher (GSR):
Trademark Rebranding (supervisor: Sonia Katyal)
Legal Studies Data Science Education Program Grant (supervisor: Jon Marshall)
The Future of Digital Consumer Protection (supervisor: Chris Hoofnagle)
Cybersecurity Intermediaries (supervisor: Chris Hoofnagle)
International Human Rights (supervisors: Alexa Koenig and Eric Stover)
Federal and Unitary States (supervisor: Malcolm Feeley)

Employment Experiences:

Engine | The Voice of Startups in Government (Summer 2017)
GitHub (Summer 2019)

Curriculum Vitae