Prior to joining the Hastings faculty in 2007, Hadar Aviram practiced as a military defense attorney in the Isreal Defense Forces for five years, completed her M.A. in Criminology at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and her Ph.D. in UC Berkeley’s Jurisprudence and Social Policy program, where she studied as a Fulbright Fellow and a Regents Intern, and taught at Tel Aviv University. Professor Aviram’s research focuses on the criminal justice system and examines policing, courtroom practices, and broad policy decisions through social science perspectives. Her methodology often combines quantitative, qualitative and experimental tools. Professor Aviram’s most recent projects and publications, including her forthcoming book Cheap on Crime: Recession-Era Politics and the Transformation of American Punishment (University of California Press) analyze the impact of the financial crisis on the American correctional landscape and on California corrections in particular.
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And here’s some brief information on Humboldt Distillery:
The first legal distillery in Humboldt County, Humboldt Distillery was founded by Abe Stevens as a result of his affinity for chemistry and a desire to get back to his roots in the Lost Coast. Home to some of the oldest and tallest trees in the world, the watershed in Humboldt is filtered through old growth giant sequoia forests and makes pure, clean spirits.