Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

Supreme Court of California, San Francisco, CA
Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Cuéllar's body of scholarship focuses broadly on problems involving law, public policy, and education. His research examines what government agencies do and why they do it-particularly how to reconcile aspirations for democratic responsiveness, technical expertise, and procedural fairness in a politically complicated world. His work examines how administrative agencies and legislative bodies grapple with issues ranging from public health and safety, refugee protection, and immigration and citizenship to national and international security, and cyber law. His scholarship broadens our understanding of how societies seek to further ideals about how to govern, achieve justice and cross-border understading, and educate the citizenry.

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