Sarah Zhang

(2023) Summer Undergraduate Research Assistant

Sarah Zhang is an undergraduate at UC Berkeley working towards a B.A. in Economics with minors in Data Science, Public Health, and Public Policy. She has previously helped conduct literature reviews looking into the concept of ancestry in interpreting genetic associations with traits at the Petrie Flom Center at Harvard Law, and is currently helping to code summary judgment cases on a research project focusing on issues affecting access to the civil justice system at Berkeley Law. She is interested in using empirical legal research to better understand how computational tools may improve accessibility within the legal system.