In Preparation

“Getting a Lawyer While Black: A Field Experiment.”Discussion Draft As Presented to Harvard’s Law and Economics Seminar March 3rd, 2016

“Do Higher Housing Values Make Communities More Conservative?” with Connor Jerzak.  Available at

Under Review

The Death of Public Purpose, Discussion Paper No. 63, Olin Center for Law, Economics and Business Fellow’s Discussion Paper Series.

Shareholders as Strawholders: A Survey Sampling Approach to Corporate Board Elections.


Can the EU be a constitutional system without universal access to judicial review?” in Michigan Journal of International Law, 36:353-373 (2015).


Necropolis by Santiago Gamboa” in Haaretz English Books Supplement, November 1, 2012

Except When I Write” in The Iowa ReviewSeptember 25, 2012

A Mind of Winter by Shira Nayman” in [Pank], July 19, 2012

On Victor Pelevin: Russia’s Leading Idealist and Cynic” in Asymptote, July, 2012.

Soul of a Whore and Purvis by Denis Johnson” in The Rumpus, June 14, 2012

The Russian Affair by Michael Wallner” in Three PercentJune 11, 2012

From the Mouth of the Whale by Sjón” in Three PercentJune 4, 2012

“Why’d He Shoot Then?  An Essay on Sartre’s Dirty Hands” in The Reed: Journal of Existentialism,  Spring 2012

God Head by Leonard Cline” in HTMLGIANT, May 11, 2012

The Wilshire Sun by Joshua Baldwin” in The Lit PubApril 5, 2012

The Roving Shadows by Pascal Quignard” in Three Percent, February 3rd, 2012

Hack by Dmitri Samarov” in [Pank], Dec 14, 2011.

Apocalypse How?” in The Hypocrite Reader, April 2011.

Father Who Art in Heaven: A Play in One Act” in Sliced Bread Magazine, Spring 2010.

A Pointed Apology” in The Midway Review Spring, 2009.

The Ham Sandwich Theorem” in VIGRE REU Participant Papers, University of Chicago Department of Mathematics, Summer 2008.

Beyond the Red Herring” in The Midway Review Spring, 2007.

Why College Matters” in The New York Times Magazine (Online) September 24, 2007.


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