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.
Baudry’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 taxation and poverty.
Before joining Michigan Law, Baudry 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.