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(Current JD/LLM in Law and Entrepreneurship student at Duke University School of Law)

Kendrick Hardison
 successfully defended his Political Science PhD dissertation in July 2023. His work used game theory to examine topics in international relations and law. More specifically, his dissertation focused on using game theory to address novel questions in crisis bargaining, multi-party intervention in civil conflict, and prosecutorial plea bargaining decision making.

Educational Background

Duke University School of Law
Juris Doctor (JD)
 (Expected 2026)
Master of Laws (LLM) in Law and Entrepreneurship (Expected 2026)

Duke University
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 
in Political Science (2023)
Master of Arts (MA) in Political Science (2022)

University of Georgia
Master of Arts (MA) in International Affairs (2019)
Master of Arts (MA) in Economics (2018)

Francis Marion University 
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Economics (2017)
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics (2017)

Current Appointments & Affiliations