Asees Bhasin

Boston University School of Law

Asees Bhasin (She/Her) is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Boston University School of Law, and an incoming Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. Her current research lies at the intersections of Critical Evidence Law, Race and the Law, and Reproductive Justice. Her latest article co-authored with professors Jasmine Gonzales Rose and Spencer Piston titled Antiracist Expert Evidence is forthcoming in the Yale Law Journal and analyzes the use of expert witnesses to prove racism in criminal trials. Her other work has appeared in the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, the North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology, and the Indiana Health Law Review.  

Prior to her joining BU, she was a Law and Policy Fellow at the Solomon Center of Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School where her scholarship focused on health law and racism. She graduated with a Dual LL.B. and J.D. from Kings College London and Georgetown University Law Center.