My research is about how the law (especially the criminal law) can be more fairly and efficiently administered in response to social and economic inequality. Before joining the law school faculty, I was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows. I studied for my J.D. and my Ph.D in Philosophy at Stanford.
- Christopher Lewis & Adaner Usmani, The Injustice of Under-Policing in America, 2 Am. J. L. & Equal. 85 (2022).
- Christopher Lewis, Risk-Based Sentencing and the Principles of Punishment, 112 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 213 (2022).
- Christopher Lewis, The Paradox of Recidivism, 70 Emory L.J. 1209 (2021).
- Christopher Lewis, Mass Incarceration, Risk and the Principles of Punishment, 112 J. Crim. L. & Criminology (forthcoming 2021).
- Christopher Lewis, Latinos and the Principles of Racial Demography, 16 Du Bois Rev. 63 (2019).