I am a PhD student at the London School of Economics. From September 2020 I will be a Post-Doc at the Center for Population-Level Bioethics at Rutgers University.

I work in moral, political, and legal philosophy. Most of my work in moral philosophy focuses on contractualism and on the importance of the separateness of persons for moral theory, in particular with a focus on questions of risk and aggregation. I also work on the importance of personal identity for morality. Most of my work in political philosophy focuses on the fair allocation of scarce resources in health care. I also work on how we should respond to global poverty. Most of my work in legal philosophy focuses on discrimination. I also work on judicial review and democracy.
You can see short descriptions of my published work and some work in progress below.

Here is my CV

Published work

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)