Professor Brandon Hasbrouck researches and teaches in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedure, movement law, and abolition. His scholarship has been published or forthcoming in print with leading scholarly journals, including the New York University Law Review, The Georgetown Law Journal, the UCLA Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the Boston University Law Review, and the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Professor Hasbrouck's scholarship on equal justice, antiracism, and criminal justice transformation has been the subject of much attention in the academic and popular media. Professor Hasbrouck has published opinion essays in The Washington Post, The Nation, Slate, The Richmond Times, and his work has been cited and/or quoted in federal court opinions, Supreme Court briefs, and leading scholarly and popular publications. Recently, Professor Hasbrouck coauthored an amicus brief in federal court on one of the most important issues at the intersection of constitutional law and civil rights concerning the extension of Bivens remedies. Professor Hasbrouck is frequently consulted on litigation strategies involving civil rights and racial justice.