Sarah Lageson is an Associate Professor at Rutgers University-Newark School of Criminal Justice. She received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Minnesota in 2015 and her research focuses on punishment and technology. She is a grant recipient of the National Institute of Justice New Investigator/Early Career Award and a 2020-2021 Access to Justice Scholar at the American Bar Foundation. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Criminology, Law & Society Review, Law & Social Inquiry, Punishment & Society, and The British Journal of Criminology.
Her book, Digital Punishment: Privacy, Stigma, and the Harms of Data-Driven Criminal Justice, was published in 2020 by Oxford University Press and is the recipient of the American Society of Criminology’s Michael J. Hindelang award, which recognizes an outstanding contribution to research in criminology. Sarah is a 3L student at Rutgers law and recently interned at the New York Office of the Appellate Defender and the New York Legal Assistance Group’s Pro Se Clinic at the Southern District of New York.