Eric Baudry is a faculty fellow at the University of Michigan Law School. He researches issues of procedural justice and legal remedies for low-income taxpayers and low-wage workers. 

Eric’s current scholarship focuses on access to representation, or the lack thereof, for low-income taxpayers facing significant tax controversies. He teaches tax law and a seminar on worker misclassification.

Prior to joining Michigan Law, Eric clerked for both the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. 

He also worked as a Skadden Fellow with Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, where he partnered with tax preparers and worker advocates to offer holistic representation to misclassified workers.