- PhD (philosophy)University of Pittsburgh
- MaitriseUniversity of Paris, Sorbonne
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
Presidential Accountability and the Rule of Law: Can the President Claim Immunity if He Shoots Someone on Fifth Avenue? (with Richard Painter), University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, 2022.
If Trump is Charged, It Should Be for the Worst of His Crimes (with Richard Painter), Washington Post, August 12, 2022 (cover of Sunday Outlook Section)
The Preservation of Art and Culture in Times of War, (with Derek Gillman and Frederik Rosen), Oxford University Press, 2022.
Beyond Guantanamo: Restoring the Rule of Law to the Law of War, Report of the CERL Guantanamo Working Group (co-chair with Harvey Rishikof)
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)