Abdul N. Rad | Student | Profiles
Abdul N. Rad

Mr. Abdul N. Rad

Research topic:
Politics of Criminal Justice Reform, American Political Parties & Interest Groups
Degree course:

Research Themes:
Constitutions, Institutions and Governments Elections and electoral politics Comparative Politics and Government  Institutions and organisations Rights, Justice, and Equality Violence, security and conflict 

Academic Profile

I am an MPhil candidate in Comparative Government and a member of St. Cross College. My research focusses on the politicized nature of police unions and its impact on a range of different aspects of policing using different quantitative approaches. Prior to starting my graduate studies, I worked at Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP where I worked on a range of civil rights cases focusing on police misconduct and racial/religious discrimination. Past work experience includes the Queens County District Attorney's Office and The White House - Office of Communications.

I hold a BA from the City University of New York (Hunter College) in Studio Art and Political Science with a focus in political theory. 


St. Cross College - Travel & Research Grant Recipient, 2017