JSD Candidates

Silvia Beltrametti is a JSD Candidate at the University of Chicago Law School. Her areas of reasearch include copyright, antitrust and cultural heritage law.

Xin Dai's primary areas of research interests include legal theories, law and social sciences and comparative law.

Marcos Garcia Dominguez is a J.S.D. candidate and Fellow-in-Residence. His professional and research interests include international investment law, administrative law, and constitutional law, from an empirical and economic perspective.

Adi Grinapell is a JSD candidate at the University of Chicago Law School. Her research explores the impact of the traditional corporate governance practices on the technology sector, from both empirical and theoretical perspectives.

Adi Leibovitch is a JSD candidate at the University of Chicago Law School. Her dissertation analyzes the impact of specialization on judicial decision making from both theoretical and empirical perspectives.

Chien-Chih Lin holds BA and LLM degrees from National Taiwan University and University of Chicago. His major academic interests include Constitutional Law, Comparative Law, and Judicial Politics. He was a member of Taipei Bar Association before coming to Chicago. His work has appeared in The American Journal of Comparative Law and National Taiwan University Law Review.

An Indonesian corporate & securities lawyer with a deep passion in Law & Economics, legal interpretation, and Islamic legal theory. My dissertation research is focused on the application of economic theory in understanding and interpreting immutable legal provisions.

Agustin G. Sanz focuses on comparative public and international law from an interdisciplinary perspective. He holds a JD degree from the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), an LL.M. from the University of Chicago ('12) and is currently a J.S.D. candidate and a Fellow-in-Residence at the Law School.

Vera's research interests include international law, judicial behavior, human rights, courts and procedure. The topic of her JSD dissertation is Decision Making in the United Nations Human Rights Committee. Vera uses both quantitative and qualitative research methods in her work.