Past: Spring 2017, Fall 2017, 2018 and 2019
Past: Fall 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019
Past: Spring 2017, Winter 2018, Spring 2019
Past: Winter 2018
Past: Spring 2019
American political institutions; American courts; judicial decision-making; U.S. bureaucracy; U.S. Congress; political economy.
judicial process; law and economics; criminal justice; civil procedure; public management; organizational theory; economics of policymaking.
formal/game theory; microeconomics; research design and causal inference; statistical inference; empirical modeling; quantitative methods for the practice of law and/or policy; computational social science.
I will write students a letter of recommendation if they get an A- or better in one of my courses. I strongly recommend that students seek letters from the courses where they performed the best. So, if you received an A- in my class, I should not be your first choice.
If I agree to write for you, please send me the following:
Note: you must waive your right to view any letter that I write for you, unless we make specific arrangements otherwise. This is in your interest. If you do not waive your right to view your recommendation letter(s), they will likely carry less weight with admissions committees. Moreover, I will not agree to write you a letter unless it is favorable to your application.