Beau J. Baumann

Beau BaumannBeau Baumann is a Ph.D. in Law candidate at Yale. His research is focused at the intersection of administrative law and legislation. His scholarship describes how institutional developments in Congress and ideas about congressional decline have affected administrative law doctrine. His work has been published in the Georgetown Law Journal, the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, the Pace Law Review, and the online editions of the Notre Dame and University of Pennsylvania Law Reviews. His research at Yale is focused on the rise of the “congressional bureaucracy” and how congressional bureaucrats influenced the Progressive Era and the New Deal. 

Prior to joining Yale, Beau worked as an appellate attorney at the Department of Justice. In that capacity, he argued Garcia-Aranda v. Garland, which resulted in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals’ adoption of the nexus standard from Matter of L-E-A- I. Beau clerked for Judge J. Campbell Barker of the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. He received his J.D. from Cornell Law School and his undergraduate degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin.


Beau J. Baumann

Ph.D Candidate, Yale Law School
Cornell Law School J.D., Class of 2019

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