Alfred & Hanna Professor of International and Comparative Law
International law; transnational litigation; national security; foreign relations.
Testifying before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on whether Congress should allow lawsuits against China for damage caused in the United States by COVID-19.
Contributing to various projects on foreign election interference and the regulation of state conduct in cyberspace, in both scholarly and policy-oriented forums.
Favorite project you’ve spearheaded
Designing and teaching the research seminar “Democracy, Technology, and Security.”
Leadership roles in the American Society of International Law, including chair of the David D. Caron Prize Committee, honoring a treasured colleague and former president of the society.