Sanjukta Paul studies and writes in the fields of labor and antitrust, and more broadly regarding issues of law and market governance. She is currently completing a book, Solidarity in the Shadow of Antitrust: Labor and the Legal Idea of Competition (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2023), which reinterprets major developments in the history of antitrust law in relation to labor and workers.

Prior to entering academics, Professor Paul practiced law for several years, generally representing the interests of workers, labor unions, and civil rights plaintiffs. She previously taught at Wayne State University as an assistant professor and, prior to that, served as a research and teaching fellow at UCLA School of Law.

Professor Paul’s scholarship has appeared or will appear in the University of Chicago Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the UCLA Law ReviewLaw & Contemporary Problems, and the Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law, among others. She has written for broader audiences in periodicals such as The Boston Review, Dissent, The American Prospect, The Nation, Barron’s, and in law and economic policy blogs. She also has presented her research in various policy settings, including testimony in front of the U.S. House of Representatives.