Erin E. Meyers is a Ph.D. candidate and sixth-year student in the Ph.D. Program of Law and Economics at Vanderbilt University. She earned her B.BA. in risk management and insurance and her Actuarial Science Certificate from the University of Georgia in 2013. She is a Vanderbilt Law and Economics Scholar. Ms. Meyers served as a staff member of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law in 2017-2018 and as editor in chief in 2018-2019. In summer 2018, Ms. Meyers worked at the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division in Washington, D.C. as an extern in the Special Litigation Section. Her fields of interest are behavioral law and economics, labor markets, and health economics.
"Why Are Seemingly Satisfied Female Lawyers Running for the Exits? Resolving the Paradox Using National Data," with Joni Hersch, Marquette Law Review 102(3), Spring 2019, 915-948.
"The Gendered Burdens of Conviction and Collateral Consequences on Employment," 45 J. Legis. 171 (2019), with Joni Hersch.
“Employment Practices Liability Insurance and Ex Post Moral Hazard,”
with Joni Hersch, Cornell Law Review 106, forthcoming.