- PhD (philosophy)Michigan1980
- BANew College1974
Privacy Law| Torts| Applied Ethics| Bioethics and the Law of Mental Health| African American Philosophy Since 1960| Bioethics of Reproduction| Privacy Law through the Lens of Race| Constitutional Law| Professional Responsibility| Professional Ethics| Jurisprudence and Legal Philosophy.
- Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
- Gender, Leadership, and the Law
- Health Law
- Jurisprudence and Philosophy
- Professional Responsibility and Ethics
- Social Justice, Equity, and Inclusion
- Torts, Restitution, and Insurance Law
- DailyBeast.Com Blogs
- Moralist Columns, The Star-Ledger
- National Public Radio
- SSRN Author’s Page
- Interview: The Stone, New York Times
- Interview: What It’s Like to be a Philosopher
- Interview: In Plato’s Footsteps and Paving Others’ Way
- Interview: London School of Economics Book Club
- Interview: Anita Allen, Charles Mills and Bryan van Norden on Racism and Western Philosophy
- Inaugural Dr. Joyce Mitchell Cook, Memorial Lecture
“HIPAA at 25—A Work in Progress,” New England Journal of Medicine, 2021; 384:2169-217. Reprinted, The Regulatory Review, August 16, 2021.
The Duty to Protect Your Own Privacy, in PRIVACY, SECURITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY: ETHICS, LAW AND POLICY (Adam Moore ed., Rowman & Littlefield 2016).
“The Ethics of Discretion for Academic Administrators,” Academic Ethics, (ed.) Steve Cahn, Rowman and Littlefield 2022.
PRIVACY LAW AND SOCIETY (3d ed., West 2016).
“Piper’s Art/Philosophy of Trust,” European Journal of Analytic Philosophy, in progress.
with Lisa Lee, “Ideals of stillness and solidarity: eliminating disparities and inequities in cardiac research and clinical care,” American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, in progress.
“Privacy as a Political Discourse,” in Oxford Handbook of Applied Philosophy of Language, forthcoming 2022.