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Aditi Bagchi
Assistant Professor of Law
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Aditi Bagchi
Aditi Bagchi specializes in contracts, labor law and comparative law. She teaches Contracts and a seminar on mental state requirements in the law, titled “Bad Intentions”. Bagchi’s research areas include contracts, labor law, comparative political economy, and moral and political theory. She is interested in the varying constructions of intent that appear in diverse areas of the law and the relationship between our understanding of intention and the normative aims of law. She is also engaged in the comparative study of economic institutions, with a special interest in the political economy of labor and corporate law.

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