Reasoning in and About the Law; Theism and Moral Reasoning; Introduction to Political Theory; Cyber Theory workshop
Criminal law, procedure and administration, torts, administrative law
Philosophy of punishment
Criminal law, procedure, and administration
Intersections among criminal law, tort law, and administrative law
Selected Recent Presentations:
"Mercy: Public Vice, Private Virtue?," University of Chicago, April 2002; Shalem Center, Jerusalem, March 2002
"Tracking the Future: Emerging Legal Issues in Wireless Technologies", National Association of Attorneys General, April 2001
"Are Shaming Punishments Beautifully Retributive?", Berkman Center Legal Theory Workshop, February 2001
Representative Publications (Some documents require free Adobe Acrobat Reader for download.)
- Against Mercy, Minn. L. Rev. (June 2004).
- Are Shaming Punishments Beautifully Retributive? Retribution and the Implications for the Alternative Sanctions Debate, 54 Vanderbilt L. Rev. (2001-02)
- The Justice of Amnesty? Towards A Theory of Retributivism in Recovering States, 49 U. Toronto L. J. 389 (1999)
- Can Intellectual Property Law Regulate Behavior? A 'Modest Proposal' for Weakening Unclean Hands, 113 Harv. L. Rev. 1503 (2000)
- Criminal Law–Perjury–Sixth Circuit Sustains Perjury Conviction for Answer to Question with Mistaken Premise: US v. Dezarn, Recent Case, Harvard Law Review, May 1999
- Read The Impertinence of Being Earnest, Review of Jedidiah Purdy's For Common Things: Irony, Trust, and Commitment in America.
- Read review essay of Alfred P. Rubin's Ethics and Authority in International Law (10 European J. Int'l L. 200 ).
A.B. Harvard College; Dorot-Harvard Fellow in Jerusalem; M.Phil., U. of Cambridge; J.D., Harvard Law School.