I research and write about American criminal law (mostly), from both a historical and present-day perspective. For 2013-14, I am the Berger-Howe Legal History Fellow at Harvard Law School. I am also a PhD candidate in the History Department at Stanford University and earned a JD from Stanford Law School. During law school, I interned at federal and state public defender’s offices. Before law school, I worked in the nonprofit/arts world. My bachelor’s degree is in history from Princeton University. I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia.
From 2009-12, I ran the Prison Law Blog. Nowadays, you can find me on Twitter @saramayeux or email me at sara at saramayeux dot org.
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