Jurisprudence and Social Policy (JSP)

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Faculty and Instructors

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Catherine R. Albiston, Professor. Social movements, gender, employment law, legal profession, public interest law.
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Robert D. Cooter, Professor. Business law, contracts, torts.
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Lauren Edelman, Professor. Organizations and employment, civil rights, social inequality, disability, research methods.
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Kinch Hoekstra, Professor. Political theory, history of philosophy. .
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Christopher Kutz, Professor. Moral/political philosophy, ethics and laws of war.
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Taeku Lee, Professor. Race and ethnic politics, research methods.
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David Lieberman, Professor. History of legal ideas, legal theory. .
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Calvin Morrill, Professor. Organizations, culture, social movements, education, youth, research methods.
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Dylan Penningroth, Professor. African American and U.S. socio-legal history.
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Victoria Plaut, Professor. Diversity/Inclusion, culture, research methods.
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Jonathan Simon, Professor. Criminal justice, punishment and society, mass incarceration.
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Sarah Song, Professor. Citizenship, migration, race, feminist theory.
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Rachel Stern, Professor. Courts, authoritarian states, globalization, China.
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Christopher Tomlins, Professor. Labor, slavery, colonization, history of contemporary legal thought.
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Franklin E. Zimring, Professor. Legal policy, criminal sanctions, policing.
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Emeritus Faculty

Malcolm M. Feeley, Professor Emeritus. Criminal law, punishment, social policy.
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Robert Kagan, Professor. Law and political science.
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Kristin Luker, Professor Emeritus. Sociology of law.
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Daniel Rubinfield, Professor. Law and economics.
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Harry Scheiber, Professor. Law and History.
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Martin Shapiro, Professor. Law and political science.
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