My work is centered on criminal justice, with a particular focus on alternatives to mass incarceration. I have written about women and pretrial detention, the impact of trauma from pretrial detention, and the historic experiences of women in prison. I currently am studying the experiences of the imprisoned and formerly imprisoned in traditionally marginalized communities. I also write about community lawyering in law school clinics.
- LL.M. in Advocacy, Georgetown University - (Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States) 2015
- J.D. in , New York University - (New York, New York, United States) 2006
- B.A. in History, Columbia University - (New York, New York, United States) 2002
- Baylor, A., & Page, D. F. (2016). Developing a Pedagogy of Beneficiary Accountability in the Representation of Social Justice Non-Profit Organizations.