2022. Article. 'Epistemic Isomorphism' in Metaphilosophy.

2021. Discussion Note. 'Great Risks from Small Benefits Grow' in Philosophia.

2020. Chapter in Ed. Volume. 'Future Bias and Presentism' in The Metaphysics of Time: Themes from Prior

2020. Discussion Note. 'The Argument from Sideways Music' in Thought: A Journal of Philosophy.

2019. Chapter in Ed. Volume. 'B-Theory and Time Biases' in Logic and Philosophy of Time: Further Themes from Prior

About Me

Hello! I'm a 5th-year PhD candidate, and a 3rd-year JD candidate, at the University of California, Irvine. I'm advised by Mark Fiocco. My doctoral committee includes Duncan Pritchard, Jeff Helmreich, Kenneth Simons, and Shauhin Talesh. Before the dual-degree program at Irvine, I received my masters in philosophy from Northern Illinois University and my bachelors in philosophy from Berea College. Outside of philosophy and law, I spend my free time playing soccer. I'm also an avid snowboarder! I have wide-ranging philosophical and legal interests. Philosophy-wise, I'm interested in the metaphysics and ethics of risk, the epistemology of ignorance, the metaphysics of time, and the philosophy of criminal and tort law. Law-wise, I'm interested in litigation practice, jurisprudence, statutory analysis, antitrust law, and the law of equitable remedies, especially interlocutory relief.