|Present||Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
Assistant: Angela Monardo
Virtue Pedagogy and International Law Teaching Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper Series (2016)
This brief essay draws on the insights of virtue epistemology to argue for an agent-based approach to international law pedagogy. It suggests that pedagogical personae built on epistemic virtues -- including epistemic responsibility -- can ...
Love it or Hate it, But for the Right Reasons: Pragmatism and the New Haven School's International Law of Human Dignity Boston College International and Comparative Law Review (2012)
This Article presents a novel understanding of pragmatism in the New Haven School of international law. The New Haven Jurisprudence is wrapped in layers of mystification and the scant accounts of its pragmatism in the ...
Contributions to Books (1)
Research and Working Papers (1)
International Law and American Foreign Policy: Revisiting the Law Versus Policy Debate ExpressO (2014)
When addressing controversial foreign policy questions, international law scholars in the U.S. persistently frame the debate as a conflict between law and policy. From Vietnam to Afghanistan and beyond, this opposition has dominated and defined ...
Commissioned Reports and Studies (1)
Between the Scylla of Legal Formalism and the Charybdis of Policy Conceptualism: Yale's Policy Science and International Law Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper Series (2014)
An invisible but enduring legacy of the New Haven School, understood through this paper’s counter-narrative, is a new vista through which to caution against the pitfalls of policy reasoning and to demand its promises. International ...