Advisory Council


The current Baldy Center Advisory Council includes:

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The Baldy Center Advisory Council works with the Director to develop policy for the Center—its vision, mission and operational guidelines. The Council also reviews Baldy programs and makes recommendations for their improvement. Council members are accomplished scholars who represent a variety of disciplinary perspectives in socio-legal studies.

Anya Bernstein (Law)

Research Focus: Administrative Law, Asian Legal Cultures, Federal Jurisdiction, Law and the Sociology of Knowledge. See profile page.

Guyora Binder (Law)

Research Focus: Legal theory, criminal law, constitutional history, and international law. See profile page.

Matthew Dimick (Law)

Research Focus: Labor and Employment Law, Taxation, Tax Policy, Law and Economics, Empirical Legal Studies, Political Economy of Income Inequality. See profile page.

Trina Hamilton (Geography)

Research Focus: Corporate social and environmental responsibility, global governance. See profile page.

Erin Hatton (Sociology)

Research Focus: Work and political economy, while also extending into the fields of social inequality, labor, law, and social policy. See profile page.

Rachael Hinkle (Political Science)

Research Focus: Public law; judicial politics; constitutional law; computational text analysis; quantitative methods. See profile page.

Mateo Taussig-Rubbo (Law)

Research Focus: Anthropology of Law, Comparative Law, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Social and Political Theory; State Sovereignty. See profile page.

Former members of the Baldy Center Advisory Council

The Center is grateful for the dedicated service of these former Council members: