Tonja Jacobi is the William G. and Virginia K. Karnes Research Professor of Law at Northwestern University. She earned her B.A. and LL.B. from Australian National University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Stanford University.
Professor Jacobi’s research addresses the issues of the judiciary as well as the rights of suspects, inmates, and parolees.
Bustos, Álvaro, and Tonja Jacobi. “Communicating Judicial Retirement.” International Review of Law and Economics 43 (2015): 107-118.
Jacobi, Tonja, and Jonah Kind. “Criminal Innovation and the Warrant Requirement: Reconsidering the Rights-Police Efficiency Trade-Off.” William & Mary Law Review 56 (2014): 759-832.
Jacobi, Tonja, Song Richardson, and Gregory Barr. “The Attrition of Rights under Parole.” Southern California Law Review 87 (2013): 887-976.