- Civil Procedure
- Conflict of Laws
- Federal Health Care Law
- Food & Drug Regulation
|2000 ‐ 2003||J.D., Yale Law School|
|1999 ‐ 2000||C.E.P.E., Institute d'etudes politiques strasbourg|
|1995 ‐ 1999||B.A. in Letters, University of Oklahoma|
Uncertainty, Complexity, and Regulatory Design Houston Law Review (2016)
This Article develops an analytic framework for understanding the role of uncertainty in regulatory design. It begins by differentiating between three types of uncertainty: legal uncertainty, factual uncertainty, and uncertainty about the application of law ...
Jurisdictional Standards (and Rules) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (2013)
This Article uses the jurisprudential dichotomy between two opposing types of legal requirements — “rules” and “standards” — to examine extraterritorial regulation by the United States. It argues that there is natural push toward standards ...
Passports and Nationality in International Law UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy (2004)
Shifts in state control over territory can have substantial consequences for the nationality of individuals. This Article explores situations where an individual finds that the state which issued him a passport no longer recognizes his ...
International Activity and Domestic Law Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs
This essay explores the ways States use their domestic laws to regulate activities that cross national borders. Domestic-law enforcement decisions play an underappreciated role in the development of international regulatory policy, particularly in situations where ...