- PhD (philosophy)University of Pittsburgh96
- MaitriseUniversity of Paris, Sorbonne87
Professional Responsibility| National Security Law| The Law of War| Contracts| Criminal Law| Evidence| Introduction to Jurisprudence| Political Philosophy and the Law| Jurisprudence of War Crimes| Philosophy of Law| Modern Legal Thought
- Criminal Law and Procedure|International and Comparative Law|Jurisprudence and Philosophy|Professional Responsibility and Ethics
SOVEREIGNTY AND THE NEW EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY (Claire Finkelstein & Michael Skerker eds., Oxford 2019).
Moral Reasoning and the Death Penalty, in PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC POLICY (Andrew Cohen ed., Rowman & Littlefield 2018).
WEIGHING LIVES IN WAR (Jens David Ohlin, Larry May & Claire Finkelstein eds., Oxford 2017).
Killing in War and the Moral Equality Thesis, 32 SOC. PHIL. & POL’Y 184 (2016).
Toward a Contractarian Theory of Law, in LAW AND SOCIAL ECONOMICS: ESSAYS IN ETHICAL VALUES FOR THEORY, PRACTICE, AND POLICY (Mark D. White, ed., Palgrave Macmillan 2015).
Fighting State Actors and Nonstate Actors in a Postwar World: Restoring the Rule of Law to the War on Terror, Fighting War as Crime and Crime as War: Normative Frameworks for National Security (Oxford University Press) (anticipated publication in November 2021)
Contract Under Coercion: Should You Keep a Contract with a Robber? (manuscript available upon request).