Director Profiles

 

 






 

John Hagan, Center on Law and Globalization Co-Director

Contact:
750 N. Lake Shore Drive, 4th Floor
Chicago,IL 60611
 
 
 
 
Research Interests and Expertise: Criminology/Delinquency, Theory, Law and Society, Lawyers, International Criminal Law, War Crimes, Youth Crime

Biography: John Hagan is John D. MacArthur Professor of Sociology and Law at Northwestern University and Co-Director of the Center on Law & Globalization at the American Bar Foundation in Chicago. He received the Stockholm Prize in Criminology in 2009 and was elected in 2010 to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Hagan is the Editor of the Annual Review of Law & Social Science. His research with a network of scholars spans topics from war crimes and human rights to the legal profession. He is the co-author with Wenona Rymond-Richmond of Darfur and the Crime of Genocide (Cambridge University Press 2009), which received the American Sociological Association Crime, Law and Deviance Section's Albert J. Reiss Distinguished Publication Award and the American Society of Criminology's Michael J. Hindelang Book Award.

Professional Recognition:
  • Fellow, American Academy Of Arts And Sciences
  • Awarded Stockholm Prize in Criminology, 2009
  • Albert J. Reiss Book Award, American Sociological Association (with W. Rymond-Richmond)
  • Michael J. Hindelang Book Award, American Society of Criminology (with W. Rymond-Richmond)
  • Co-Director, Center for Law and Globalization, American Bar Foundation and University of Illinois College of Law
  • Appointed Member, National Scientific Advisory Council, National Survey of Adolescent Health
  • Editor, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
  • Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Criminology
  • Criminology Editor, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Northwestern University School of Law
  • Member, Editorial Boards, Social Problems, Sociological Forum, European Journal of Criminology, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Theoretical Criminology, and Canadian Journal of Law & Society

Appointments

John D. MacArthur Professor of Sociology and Law
Northwestern University, 1999 - Present

Co-Director, Center on Law and Globalization
American Bar Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1999 - Present

Research Professor
American Bar Foundation, Chicago, Illinois

University Professor of Law and Sociology
University of Toronto, 2004- Present, 1997-2004

Dahlstrom Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Law
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994-1996

Professor, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Law
University of Toronto, 1982-1996

Professor, Department of Sociology
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1980-1982

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
Erindale College, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 1977-1980

Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and School of Law
Indiana University, 1977-1978

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
Erindale College, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 1974-1977

Lecturer, Department of Sociology
University of Alberta, 1974

Books:
Who Are the Criminals?
The Politics of Crime Policy from the Age of Roosevelt to the Age of Reagan
Princeton University Press, 2010
Darfur and the Crime of Genocide
Cambridge University Press, 2008

Annual Review of Law & Social Science
2005- Present, Annual Reviews Inc., Palo
Alto, California


Justice in the Balkans:
Prosecuting War Crimes in the Hague Tribunal
University of Chicago Press, 2003
Northern Passage:
American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada
Harvard University Press, 2001
Mean Streets:
Youth Crime and Homelessness
Cambridge University Press, 1998
Gender in Practice:
A Study of Lawyers' Lives
Oxford University Press, 1995
Crime and Inequality
Stanford University Press, 1995

Structural Criminology.
Co-published by Polity Press (Cambridge) and Rutgers University Press. 1988/89.

Articles/Publications:
2008 "The Unaccountable Genocide: A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department and U.S. Government
Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll,"
forthocming in R. Haveman and A.
Smeulers (Eds.), Supranational Criminology: Towards a Criminology of International Crimes, Antwerp,
Intersentia, 2008.
2008 "The Disturbing Case of the British Advertising Standards Authority, the New York
Times, and the State Department's Low Estimate of the Death Toll in Darfur,"
forthcoming in the
Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, Volume 5, Issue 2, Spring, 2008.
2006 "Death in Darfur." Science, September 15, 2006. Volume 313, Page 1578.
2005 “Race, Ethnicity and Youth Perceptions of Criminal Injustice,” (with Carla Shedd and Monique Payne) American Sociological Review (2005),70:381-407.
2005 “The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur,” (with Wenona Rymond-Richmond and Patricia Parker), Criminology (2005), 43:525-561.
2001 “Youth violence and the end of adolescence,” (with Holly Foster), American Sociological Review (2001), 66:874-899.
2006 “The Science of Human Rights, War Crimes, and Humanitarian Emergencies,” (with Heather Schoenfeld, Alberto Palloni)  Annual Review of Sociology (2006) 32:329-349. www.annualreviews.org
2006 “Swaying the Hand of Justice: The Internal and External Dynamics of Regime Change at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia,” (with Ron Levi and Gabrielle Ferrales), Law & Social Inquiry (2006), 31:585-616.

  Video Interviews: 

2010 BJS Public Lecture -The Displaced and Disposessed of Darfur
Date: Wednesday, 20 October 2010 at 6.30 p.m
Venue: The Sheikh Zayed Theatre (New Academic Building), London School of Economics
 
Darfur and the Crine of Genocide Research
 Part 1 (June 2009)
  
 
Darfur and the Crine of Genocide Research
 Part 1 (June 2009) 

 

Terry Halliday, Center on Law and Globalization Co-Director

 
Contact:
750 N. Lake Shore Drive, 4th Floor
Chicago,IL 60611
 

 
 
 

Research Interests and Expertise: The globalization of law in markets and politics. The research on law and markets focuses on corporate bankruptcy law and studies (1) how global lawmaking occurs in international organizations; (2) how global actors and national policy-makers negotiate their relationships; and (3) how national lawmaking occurs in global contexts. The research on politics, part of an international research collaborative, analyzes the support or resistance of the legal complex (e.g., lawyers, judges, prosecutors, law faculty) to the establishment of basic legal freedoms.

Biography: Terence Halliday is a specialist in globalization and law. He focuses on globalization of markets and politics, with particular attention to global norm-making in international organizations. He is Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University, and Adjunct Professor, School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy, Australian National University. He studied at Massey University, New Zealand, and the University of Toronto, before completing a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago. Halliday has taught at the University of Toronto, the Australian National University, the University of Chicago and has been a Visitor, Center for Sociolegal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford University, and the Australian National University. He has served as a consultant to the State Council Office on Restructuring the Economic System; China; the World Bank; OECD; and various non-profit foundations in the U.S.

Halliday has served as Editor, Law and Social Inquiry; General Editor, Onati International Series in Law and Society; and Co-Editor, Current Legal Sociology. He has served as President, Section on Sociology of Law, American Sociological Association; President, Working Group on Comparative Studies of Legal Professions, and a Board Member, Research Committee on the Sociology of Law, International Sociological Association. He was a founding Board member of the International Institute in the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain. He currently is a Trustee and member of the Executive Committee, Law and Society Association (USA) and the Chair of its International Affairs Committee.

Professional Recognition:

  • Winner, 2010 Prize for Best Scholarly Book published in 2008 and 2009, American Sociological Association, Section on Global and Transnational Sociolog
  • Co-Winner 2010 Prize for Best Book published in 2008 and 2009, American Sociological Association, Section on Sociology of Law.
  • Winner 2010 Viviana Zelizer Distinguished Scholarship Award for the outstanding book published in the field of economic sociology in 2008 and 2009, American Sociological Association, Section on Economic Sociology.
  • Consultancies: World Bank; State Council Office on Restructuring the Economic System, China; Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); Lilly Endowment; Ford Foundation
  • Member: International Insolvency Institute; INSOL International
  • Member: American Sociological Association; Research Committee on Sociology of Law, International Sociological Association
  • Winner, Law and Society Association Prize for the most distinguished article in law and society research, 2007-2008

Appointments:

Co-Director, Center on Law and Globalization
American Bar Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1999 - Present

Research Professor
American Bar Foundation, Chicago, Illinois

Adjunct Professor of Sociology
Northwestern University

Adjunct Professor, School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy
Australian National University

Books:



Bankrupt:Global Lawmaking and Systemic Financial Crisis
Stanford University Press, 2009
Fighting for Poltical Freedom: Comparativbe Studies of the Legal Complex and Political Change
Oñati International Series in Law and Society, Hart Publishing, 2008
Lawyers and the Rise of Wstern Political Liberalism: Europe and North America from the Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries
Oxford University Press, 1998

Publications: 

2009 “Recursivity of Global Normmaking: A Sociolegal Agenda” Annual Review of Law and Social Science
2009 “Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China’s Criminal Procedure Law”, Law and Social Inquiry
2009 “The Fight for Basic Legal Freedoms: Mobilization by the Legal Complex” Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law
2009 “Rehabilitating Korea’s Corporate Insolvency Regime, 1992–2007” Pushing Back on Globalization
2007 “Struggles for Political Liberalism: Reaching for a Theory of the Legal Complex and Political Mobilisation” Hart Publishing
2007 “Birth of a Liberal Moment? Looking through a One-Way Mirror at Lawyers’ Defense of Criminal Defendants in China” Hart Publishing
2007 “Foiling the Hegemons: Limits to the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency Regimes in Indonesia, Korea and China”
2007 “Law, Economy and Globalization: How Modern International Financial Institutions Embraced Adam Smith and Accidently Discovered Max Weber”  Stanford University Press
2007 “Incrementalisms in Global Lawmaking” Texas Journal of International Law
2007 “Institutionalizing Creative Destruction: Predictable and Transparent Bankruptcy Law in the Wake of the East Asian Financial Crisis” Cornell University Press
2007 “Policy Brief: The Making of China’s Corporate Bankruptcy Law” Oxford Series in Law, Justice and Society
2007 “The Recursivity of Law: Global Norm-Making and National Law-making in the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency Regimes” American Journal of Sociology
2007 “Legitimacy, Technology, and Leverage: The Building Blocks of Insolvency Architecture in the Decade Past and the Decade Ahead” Brooklyn Journal of International Law
2006 “Globalization and Law” Annual Review of Sociology
2006 “Negotiating Globalization: Global Templates and the Construction of Insolvency Regimes in East Asia” Law and Social Inquiry