Research and Teaching Areas
Contracts; Legal Philosophy; Comparative Law; Labor Law
Aditi Bagchi teaches Contracts and Labor Law. She writes about the nature of contractual obligation, contract interpretation, and questions in political and moral philosophy as they arise in contract. She has explored these issues with respect to employment and consumer contracts in particular. She has a related interest in the comparative political economy of contract, labor and corporate law.
Professor Bagchi previously taught at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In Fall 2019, she was a Visiting Professor at Yale Law School. Before teaching, she was an associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP and a clerk for Judge Julio Fuentes on the United State Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Professor Bagchi obtained her JD from Yale Law School, an MSc in Economic and Social History from Oxford University, and an AB in Government and Philosophy from Harvard College.