Saúl Ramírez

Saúl Ramírez

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Saúl Ramírez
Research Interests: Crime and Punishment; Immigration; Inequality and Stratification; Poverty; Qualitative Methods; Race and Ethnicity; Social Policy; Sociology of Law


Saúl Ramírez is a PhD student in Sociology. He attended the University of California, Berkeley, where his majors were Chicano Studies and Ethnic Studies, and his minors were Education and Global Poverty and Practice. After, he attended Yale Law School, where he cultivated his research interests—in crimmigration, in particular—through client defense in criminal and immigration legal clinics. He previously worked at corporate law firms, in Los Angeles, California and New York, New York; Legal Aid Society; and the Southern Center for Human Rights. Now, he intends to study the intersection of law and sociology.

Previous Degrees:
JD, Yale Law School (2019)
BA, Chicano Studies and Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley (2016)

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