Joachim Herrera is a Ph.D. candidate in Law, working under the supervision of Professor Louis Assier-Andrieu and Professor Christophe Jamin. His research focuses on the intersection of law, anthropology and economics. He examines in particular how economic and algorithmic reasoning affects legal rationality and normativity.
He holds a bachelor in social sciences, cum laude, and a master in economic law, cum laude, from Sciences Po, as well as a licence de philosophie, mention bien, and a master in political philosophy and ethics, mention bien, from the Sorbonne.
Joachim is a lecturer in economic history at ISCOM and a teaching assistant for the lectures “How do jurists think?” (Pr. Christophe Jamin) and “Law and anthropology” (Pr. Louis Assier-Andrieu) at Sciences Po. He was also a teaching fellow in Michael Sandel’s class “Money, Markets and Morals” at Harvard. Additionally, Joachim is a tutor at the Sciences Po Law School Clinic for two projects related to predictive justice and regulating artificial intelligence."