"Constructing Lives in the Courtroom: How “Court Talk” Produces and Punishes Disadvantage in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings"
Hanna Love is a Senior Research Analyst in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, where she conducts research on inclusive economic growth and development. Prior to Brookings, she was a Research Analyst at the Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center, specializing in state and local justice policy reform and decarceration. While at Columbia, her Master's research focused on the social and structural factors that influence criminalization in juvenile delinquency proceedings. She also worked as a Graduate Research Intern at the New York City Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics, and was a Beyond the Bars Fellow for the Center for Justice at Columbia University.
M.A. in Sociology, Columbia University. B.A. in Sociology, Pomona College