YALE LAW SCHOOL, J.D., 1998; UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, B.A., summa cum laude, 1993 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF LAW, PITTSBURGH, PA Associate Professor, September 2006-Present Assistant Professor, July 2003-August 2006 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SCHOOL OF LAW VISITING AT MEKELLE UNIVERSITY LAW FACULTY, MEKELLE, ETHIOPIA Visiting Assistant Professor, February 2002-January 2003 SHEA & GARDNER, WASHINGTON, DC Associate, February 2000-January 2002 HON. MARIANA R. PFAELZER U.S. DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, CA Law Clerk, August 1998-August 1999 Elena Baylis studies the interactions between international, national, and sub-national legal institutions and communities. In an ongoing series of articles, she explores the international legal community’s interventions in post-conflict states, focusing on the roles of transnational networks and of national and parallel courts. Professor Baylis has examined national security issues in several recent pieces, critiquing the use of U.S. administrative agencies and immigration law in the global war on terror. Her earlier scholarship described and assessed efforts to use national human rights commissions and other conflict resolution mechanisms to address the concerns of sub-national minority groups. In her current work, Professor Baylis is drawing connections between national tort law and international criminal law.