Washington University Law CERL
  Center for Empirical Research in the Law

Center Staff

Center Director
Andrew D. Martin ( site, email ) is the founding Director of the Center for Empirical Research in the Law. He is Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science. Professor Martin teaches courses on empirical legal research, statistical methods, and judicial politics. He also oversees the day-to-day operations of the Center, and works closely with Center faculty, staff, fellows, and associates on Center-supported initiatives.

Troy DeArmitt ( email ) is CERL's Technology Director. In this capacity Troy participates in both the administrative and developmental needs of the Center. Thus, Troy defines and directs the technological requirements of the Center and also designs, develops, presents, and oversees Center-identified research initiatives. Troy also, in consultation with the Director, helps to set the strategy and vision of CERL's furtherance in effort to keep it at the forefront of like research operations.

Bethany Friedrich ( email ) is the CERL Administrative Coordinator. Bethany serves primarily as the CERL business manager, including managing the Center budget and all external research grants. Bethany also assists affiliated faculty in grant preparation, including managing both internal and external grant submission systems. She also coordinates all Center events.
Research Technologist
James Daily ( email ) is a CERL Technologist. In this role James sees assigned projects from the initial client meeting through design, development, promotion, and ongoing nurturing. In short, James is responsible for every pixel and line of code behind projects assigned to him, and he does so with great skill and precision.
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