Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Biology | Northwestern University
B.S. Molecular Bioscience and Biotechnology | Arizona State University
- Adam Pah is the Policy Analytics Lead Faculty and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department. As Policy Analytics Lead Faculty, he coordinates the Digitial Landscape Initiative curriculum across the five departments at the Andrew Young School and grows research efforts in policy analytics and computational social science across the school.His expertise focuses on data science, complex systems, and artificial intelligence and the applications of these methods to better understand decision-making in social systems and institutions. He is a co-founder of the Systematic Content Analysis of Litigation EventS Open Knowledge Network (SCALES OKN), an NSF-funded effort to transform the transparency and accessibility of court records. The project aims to make it easy for lawyers, legal scholars, and journalists to transform difficult questions about courts’ operations into easily obtainable information and answers. His primary research for the platform centers on building language models to understand how litigation proceeds, disambiguating entities, and quantifying the extent to which legal outcomes vary within and between court districts.