Catalina Pérez Correa is a Professor at the Center for Research and Teaching of Economics (CIDE) in Mexico for the past 6 years. She received her LLM and JSD from the Stanford University Law School.
Her research focuses on the study of legal procedures and practices from a sociological and anthropological perspectives, specializing in the functioning of the criminal justice system. She has conducted several surveys in Mexican prisons, to study prison conditions, due process rights, inmates and their families and prison guards. She also studies gender in the criminal justice system and drug policy.
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