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Chase Childress

Criminology and Justice Policy, JD/PhD

Chase Childress is a joint J.D./Ph.D. student in Northeastern University’s School of Law and School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Both his criminology research and law study focus on reducing the harms of the mass carceral and mass deportation state and exploring the ways in which partnerships between criminal justice agencies, non-governmental organizations and private companies have impacted communities most vulnerable to state violence. He is currently a research assistant at the Institute on Race and Justice in the School of Criminology. In law school, he serves on Northeastern’s Law Review and as a Lawyering Fellow for NUSL’s Legal Skills and Social Context program.

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