Current Faculty Fellows

Samuel Bray

Samuel Bray

Assistant Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law
UT Austin host: School of Law

Professor Bray's research will explore the topic of remedies in American law. A remedy is what the court gives to the winner in litigation. In particular his research will explore the remedies that were first developed in the English Court of Chancery and are regularly used today by courts in the United States, called equitable remedies. His specific topics of research will include the theory and origins of the national injunction, the use of equitable remedies in the federal courts of the early Republic, and contemporary law's reception of traditional equity as a form of translation.

Jeffrey Clemens

Jeffrey Clemens

Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California San Diego
UT Austin host: Department of Economics

Professor Clemens researches a variety of issues relating to U.S. health care policy and the U.S. labor market. He has examined the federal Medicare program’s effects on the health care physicians provide to the elderly, on the development of new medical technologies, and on the payment models used by private health insurers. His research on the U.S. labor market has focused on the effects of recent minimum wage increases on employment opportunities for individuals with low levels of experience and education. 

Charlie Laderman

Charlie Laderman

Research Fellow, Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge
UT Austin host: LBJ School of Public Affairs and the Clements Center

Professor Laderman’s research focuses on 19th and 20th century international history, embracing a number of themes including the political development and foreign relations of the United States and Great Britain, the formation of the post-Ottoman Middle East and the development of ideas on humanitarianism, global governance and statecraft.

Kelly Rader

Kelly Rader

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Yale University
UT Austin host: Department of Government

Professor Rader's research focuses on the politics of decision-making in the federal judicial system. She is currently working on a series of papers about the spread and resolution of conflicts in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.