My research tackles theoretical and doctrinal questions about the criminal law, with a particular emphasis on culpable mental states and the fundamental limits on the reach of criminal liability. I've published widely on criminal culpability, willful ignorance, risk taking, well-being and blame, and my current work focuses on cognitive biases and motivated reasoning in corporate crime, as well as legal fictions and the regulation of artificial agents (from AI to corporations). My book, entitled "Criminally Ignorant: Why the Law Pretends We Know What We Don't," is under contract with Oxford University Press. I received my JD from University of…

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