Talks & Publications

Selected Published Articles (organized by topic)

Anti-discrimination Law Theory

  • Markets, Rights, and Discrimination by Customers, 102 Iowa L. Rev. 346 (2017) (ssrn) (invited response to Katharine Bartlett & Mitu Gulati, Discrimination by Customers, 102 Iowa L. Rev. 223 (2016))

First Amendment & Technology 

  • Search Engines, Free Speech Coverage, and the Limits of Analogical Reasoning in Fʀᴇᴇ Sᴘᴇᴇᴄʜ ɪɴ ᴛʜᴇ Dɪɢɪᴛᴀʟ Aɢᴇ (Susan J. Brison & Kath Gelber, eds.) in Free Speech in the Digital Age (OUP 2019) (co-authored with Robert Simpson) (ssrn)
  • Search Engines, Social Media, and the Editorial Analogy (contribution to the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University’s Emerging Threats series (2018)) (here and on ssrn) (with responses from Eric Goldman, Frank Pasquale, and Genevieve Lakier) (my piece will be published in a collection by Columbia University Press, I suspect in 2020)

Labor/Work

  • Friedrichs: An Unexpected Tool for Labor, 10 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 191 (2016) (invited contribution, annual Supreme Court review) (2016) (ssrn)
  • Rethinking the Ban on Company – Labor Organization Cooperation, 37 Cardozo L. Rev. 1455 (2016) (ssrn)

Drafts

  • The Autonomy Defense of Private Discrimination (ssrn)
    • Highly Recommended by Larry Solum on his Legal Theory Blog (here)

Some Upcoming Presentations, Talks, etc.

  • Symposium on Discrimination and Subordination, University of Toronto (Fall 2019)
  • The Private Law Junior Scholars Conference (Summer 2019)

Conference Presentations, Invited Talks, Invited Participant, etc.

Search Engines, Social Media, and the Editorial Analogy

  • UC Berkeley Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory (Fall 2018) (here)

The Autonomy Defense of Private Discrimination,

  • The Private Law Junior Scholars Conference (Summer 2019)
  • NYU Philosophy, Washington Square Circle (April 2019)
  • Socio Legal Studies Association conference (Spring 2019) (invited)
  • SWIP-Analytic, New York Society for Women in Philosophy, New York City (invited Spring 2017)
  • Emerging Voices in Workplace Law. Employment Discrimination and Labor Relations and Employment Law Joint Program at 2017 AALS, San Francisco (invited)
  • Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop, University of Chicago Law School (Oct. 2016)
  • Analytical Feminism: Past, Present, & Future. University of Massachusetts Lowell (Sept. 2016)
  • MANCEPT Workshop in Political Theory. Manchester, UK (Sept. 2016)

Broadly on Search Engines and Free Speech Coverage 

  • Drexel Law Review’s First Amendment Symposium, Not Your Father’s First Amendment (Fall 2019) (invited)
  • Socio Legal Studies Association conference (Spring 2019) (invited)
  • Princeton (Guest lecturer in Susan Brison’s Law & Philosophy Course on First Amendment) (Fall 2018)
  • Yale Law School Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference (May 2016).

Philosophy of Education 

  • Graduate Student Mentor/Instructor – Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Undergraduate Summer School in Philosophy of Education (September 2019) (invited)

Epistemology 

  • “Hermeneutic Injustice and White Ignorance: A Puzzle” – Applied Epistemology Research Retreat and Workshop, Prindle Institute for Ethics (Summer 2018)

Aesthetics 

  • Invited Workshop Participant – Aesthetics Reborn (Summer 2018) (NYU, La Pietra)

Antidiscrimination Law Theory  

  • “Antidiscrimination Law in the On-Demand Economy” – University of Chicago Law School (Jan. 2017)
  • “Antidiscrimination Law and a Right to Discriminate in the Market: A Puzzle” – The University of Chicago Law School Legal Forum Conference on the Disruptive Workplace (Nov. 2016)

Rethinking the Ban on Company – Labor Organization Cooperation

  • Seton Hall Employment & Labor Law Scholars’ Forum (October 2015)
  • Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law (Sept. 2015)
  • Young Scholars’ Workshop in Labor Relations, Modena, Italy (March 2015)
  • Internet Law Work-in-Progress Conference, Santa Clara University School of Law (March 2015)
  • Chicago Junior Faculty Workshop (Feb. 2015)
  • Digital Labor Conference, NYC (Nov. 2014)

Invited Commentator

  • Commentator, Erin Beeghly, Does Stereotyping Constitute Discrimination?, Legal Philosophy Workshop (2019)
  • Commentator, James Weinstein, The Regulation of Lies in Speech and Elections, Free Speech and Its Discontents Workshop, Princeton. (Dec 2017)
  • Commentator, Julia D. Mahoney, The Safety Net and American Exceptionalism (2016) Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop, University of Chicago Law School (2016)
  • Commentator, Alexander Prescott-Couch, Hermeneutic Justice as Equal Hermeneutic Concern and Group Attitudes Without Group Agents. Law and Philosophy Workshop, University of Chicago Law School  (2016)
  • Commentator, Tommie Shelby, Chapters 3 and 4 from Dark Ghettos: Injustice, Dissent, and Reform. Law and Philosophy Workshop, University of Chicago Law School  (2015)
  • Panel Moderator, Low Wage Work: Getting By & Fighting Back, Digital Labor Conference, NYC (Panel: Frank Pasquale, Miriam Cherry, Winifred Poster) (2014)

* “invited” = invited, accepted, etc. but did not attend

Shorter, More Public-Facing Pieces

Expert Commentator (in articles by others)

Service

  • NYU Philosophy Movie Night Organizer (ongoing, self-created role)
  • Washington Square Circle Organizer (2018-2019) (NYU graduate student WIP group)
  • NYU Climate Committee (2017-2019)

Teaching

  • Private Discrimination (University of Chicago Law School) (Spring 2016) (seminar on the law and theory around non-government discrimination, including its regulation)
  • Copyright (Harvard Law School edX – under Terry Fisher) (Spring 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017) (both US and international law and theory)
  • Legal Research & Writing  (University of Chicago Law School) (2014-15 and 2015-16)

 

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