1987 Ph.D. Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program University of California, Berkeley
1983 M.A. Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program University of California, Berkeley
1980 B.A. Major: Political Science University of California at San Diego
2017 “Administrative law and service learning.” For a symposium in Administration and
Society. With Nicole Dupuis and Faith Hubbard (graduate students).
2016a “Bureaucratic documents and Home: Assistance after Hurricane Katrina” in Indiana
Journal of Global Legal Studies 23(2): 567-601.
2016b “Introduction” in Symposium, “Legal Mobilization and Juridification: Migration as a
Central Case,” Law and Policy 38(4): 273-279.
2015a “Disaster Assistance and Displacement: Care and Surveillance” Studies in Law, Politics
and Society, issue entitled “Cassandra’s Curse: Forecasting Future Disasters.” Emerald
2015b “What is Law and Society? Definitional Disputes.” In Patricia Ewick and Austin Sarat,
eds., Wiley Handbook of Law and Society.
2015c “Disaster, Displacement and Casework: Uncertainty and Assistance after Hurricane
Katrina” Law and Policy. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/lapo.12029/epdf
Fleeing Home: law and displacement (Under contract with University of Pennsylvania Press;
Research Handbook on Law and Courts. Under Contract with Edward Elgar. Co-edited with
Lee Walker (University of North Texas). Due October 2018.
“Law’s Presence, Law’s Absence: the case of sexual harassment in the academy.” Revise and
Resubmit from Politics and Gender, resubmitted.
“Governance and Data Analytics: collaboration and ethics.” With Kelly Joyce (Drexel
University). Under review at Big Data and Society.
“Images of the rule of law: the case of the Sichuan Earthquake.” With Anne Zobell (graduate
student). (for submission to peer-reviewed social science journal)
Law and Courts. Edited collection with Lee Walker (University of North Texas), under
contract with Edward Elgar.
Grants & Awards
2017 Fulbright Specialist Award, University of Cape Town, August 2017.
2016 Workshop grant, Law and Social Sciences (w/Jennifer Diascro and Judith Grant) (NSF
Research grant,Appealing to the Authority of Data: using information: NSF Smart and
Connected Communities (#1637205) (Adam Eckerd, VT, co-PI) ($199,999)
Support for international travel, NSF Law and Social Sciences (#1721745) $16,576
2016 Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Workshop grant, Climate Change
and Sociolegal Studies (Anna-Maria Marshall, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
and Scott Barclay, Drexel University, co-PIs). (Value approx $20,000) Workshop to be
held July 2017. Grant from NSF to support travel.
2016 “Workshop: Ethics and Big Data.” With Kelly Joyce (Drexel University), co-PI. (NSF
Law and Society Association, in support of editorship ($42,000)