I am a law professor at Fordham Law School in New York. I am a criminal law scholar, and my research focuses on questions of criminal culpability and state punishment, especially as they arise at the intersection of philosophy of criminal law and the constitutional law of criminal law and procedure.  

I have written on a wide range of issues, including the culpability of traitors, of repeat offenders, and of offenders with military service backgrounds, and also about the concept of excessive punishment under the Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause of the Eighth Amendment. I am currently writing about reasonable doubt.

You can read short descriptions of some representative works of mine by clicking on the links below. A more complete list of publications is available from my CV below.

Courses I teach are criminal law, criminal procedure, criminal law theory, international criminal law, and torts. In addition to Fordham, I have taught at Harvard Law School, University of Chicago Law School, and UCLA School of Law as a visiting professor and at NYU School of Law as an Alexander Fellow.

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