Fellows & Postdocs
Mackenzie EasonPostdoctoral Associate, Immigration
Professional BiographyMackenzie Eason Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell Migration and Human Rights Program
Mackenzie Eason is a Postdoctoral Associate in Cornell Law’s Migration and Human Rights Program, where he works alongside Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr, examining the rise and spread of points-based economic immigration systems around the world. In addition to this research in comparative immigration law, Mr. Eason also writes on international legal history and international criminal law. As a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Political Science at UCLA, he is writing a dissertation on the intertwined histories of international criminal justice and European imperialism. And his work on contemporary practices in international criminal prosecutions has appeared in the European Journal of International Law. Prior to joining Cornell, Mr. Eason taught courses in international law, political theory, and international relations. He holds a JD from the UCLA School of Law and both an MA and a BA from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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