Assistant Professor of Law
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 in the United States.
Before joining the law school faculty, I was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows. Before that, I was a J.D. student at Stanford Law School and a Ph.D student in Stanford's Department of Philosophy, where I pursued the two degrees simultaneously. My Ph.D. supervisor was Debra Satz. Before that, I earned my B.A. from the University of Massachusetts-Boston, an M.A. in the Department of Philosophy at Columbia University, and spent two years at Balliol College, Oxford University on a Department of Politics and International Relations studentship (supervised by Adam Swift).