B.A., Philosophy, Loyola University New Orleans, 2007
Philosophy of Law
Social and Political Philosophy
The Importance of the Thin Conception of the Rule of Law for International Development: A Decision-Theoretic Account," Law and Development Review 8 (2015): 293-332.
Reflections on the Rule of Law After NFIB v. Sebelius, in The Affordable Care Act Decision: Philosophical and Legal Implications, eds. F. Allhoff and M. Hall (New York: Routledge, 2014), pp. 283 - 97.
Justice, Coordination, and Legal Certainty: A Rawlsian Functionalist Defense of the Rule of Law, 2017 Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Society Annual Meeting (w/ C. Van Schoelandt, Tulane University) [upcoming]
Respecting Human Rights: The Primacy of Non-Interference, 2016 Cambridge Doctoral Workshop in Legal Theory.
Comparative Constitutional Law in Dworkinian Jurisprudence, 2016 Juris Diversitas Annual Conference.
Beyond Persecution: In Defense of Expanding Refugee Status," 2016 London School of Economics Graduate Conference in Political Theory.
Legal Responsibility and the Substantive Demands of the Rule of Law, 2015 Louisiana State University Graduate Philosophy Conference.
The Importance of the Thin Conception of the Rule of Law for International Development: A Decision-Theoretic Account, 2015 Law and Development Conference (jointly held by the Law and Development Institute and Tulane University Law School Payson Center for International Development).
Balancing Rights Through Biological Measures of Mental Health, 2014 University of Memphis Philosophy Graduate Student Association Conference (with L. Kelley, University of New Orleans).
Law, Morality, and Method:Lon Fuller as Methodological Naturalist, 2013 Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership Graduate Conference for Legal Theory.