Current BELS Fellows

THE 2016-2017 BERKELEY EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES (BELS) GRADUATE FELLOWS

 

Amanda Charbonneau,    Public Policy
“The Psychology and Law of Criminal Suspicion”

Ben Chen,   JSP
“Does CBA (Cost Benefit Analysis) Shape Preferences?”

Sujin Eom,   Architecture
“Chinatown Urbanism: Architecture, Migrancy, and Modernity in the Asia Pacific”

Jieun Kim,   Political Science
“Why Ambiguous Guidelines? Evidence from China’s 12th Five-Year Plan”

Alan Kluegel,    JSP
“Networking among the Human Capitalists: Change and Contestation in the Attorney Networks of the Large Law Firm”

Johann Koehler,  JSP   
“The Limits of the Medical Model in Research on Crime and Justice”

Renee Mack,    Social Welfare
“The Hotel California: Understanding Therapeutic Capacity at the Last Intersection of the Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems”
 
Katherine Maich,   Sociology
“Domesticating Democracy: Household Workers, Legislation, and Labor Rights at Home in New York and Lima”

Lindsay Parham,   JSP
“The Context of Choice: A Neo-institutional Vision of Prenatal Bioethics”

Shaina Potts,    Geography   
“Sovereignty Refashioned: Law, Territory and Financial Space”

Jason Poulos,  Political Science  
“Amnesty and Loyalty in the Postbellum South”

MariaFátima Santos,   Sociology  
“Brazilian Carceral Reform: Securing the Rule of Law in Latin America?”