Zoe Chanin is a PhD student in the University of Michigan Department of Sociology. She specializes in the sociology of law and political economy, with a focus on workplace conflict and the legal institutions designed to manage it. She is the founding Executive Content Editor of Sociology for the Michigan Journal of Law & Society. She has also conducted socio-legal research for University Responses to Sexual Assault (URSA) as well as research with faculty at the University of Michigan Law School. Prior to graduate school, she coordinated the public policy arm of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, a legal think tank specializing in commercial arbitration and mediation. In the words of her closest friends, Zoe is a doting plant mom with far too much enthusiasm for 80s goth rock.