Information Society Project, Yale Law School
My research focuses on liberal approaches to the rights of children and persons with diminished capacities, questions of paternalism and autonomy in family law and health law, and the relationship between individual rights and the claims of groups, states and collectives.
Children's Capacities and Paternalism,
Journal of Ethics, (2020).
Ethics and Public Health of Driverless Vehicle Collision Programming,
86 Tennessee Law Review 135 (2018).
Whither the “Improvement Standard”? Coverage for Severe Brain Injury after Jimmo v. Sebelius,
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 44 (2016): 182.
(co-authored with Joseph Fins, Megan Wright, Claudia Kraft, Alix Rogers, Marina Romani and Michael Ulrich)
47 Columbia Human Rights Law Review. 1, 1 (2015).
10 Seattle Journal of Social Justice 647 (2012).
32 Pace Law Review 362 (2012).
4 Northwestern. Interdisciplinary Law Review 247 (2011)