Criminal law, evidence and prosecution
- Co-editor in Chief of the journal Law and Philosophy; on the editorial boards of Legal Theory and Criminal Law and Philosophy
- Her recent scholarship includes the article "Beyond Crime and Commitment," which was selected for the 2013 American Philosophical Association's Berger Memorial Prize.
- From 1997-2000, she worked as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division, where she investigated and prosecuted criminal offenses committed by federal, state and local officials.
Law and economics, quantitative methods/statistics in the law
- Ph.D. in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- His research interests include law and economics, empirical methods, judicial decision-making and criminal sentencing
- Rejoined the faculty as professor of law in 2016 after previously serving on the faculty from 2008 until 2012
Race and law, constitutional law, employment discrimination
Legal research and writing
- Was an associate with BakerHostetler, practicing commercial litigation in Washington, D.C., and Orlando
- Litigation at trial and appellate levels, including cases involving real estate, contract disputes, election law and class action.