I am a PhD student at the London School of Economics. Most of my work is in moral and political philosophy. I work on (i) the separateness of persons and moral theories based on competing claims, (ii) personal identity, (iii) applied ethics (health care, global poverty), (iv) democracy and legal theory.
You can see short descriptions of my work below.

Here is my CV

Published work

Why It Does Not Matter What Matters: Relation R, Personal Identity, and Moral Theory (abstract)

Work in progress

Contractualism, Complaints, and Risk (abstract)
Aggregation, Balancing, and Respect for the Claims of Individuals (abstract)
Constraints, You, and Your Victims (abstract)
Effective Altruism: Better Vaguely Right than Precisely Wrong (with Nicolas Côté) (abstract)
The Epistemic Case for Judicial Review (abstract)