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Professor Goldsmith is looking for research assistants to join an empirical project studying agency application of international factors in domestic regulation. The work will involve examining federal regulations to ascertain the extent to which they rely on various international predicates as a basis for regulation, and coding accordingly. Interested students should be able to work about 7 hours per week (on average) during the spring term, participate in short weekly status meetings on Zoom, and attend a longer onboarding session early in the term.

Experience with empirical research is useful but not required. Please send a resume and a short statement of interest (one paragraph) to