I am a Political Science Ph.D. student and Grotius Research Scholar at the University of Michigan, where I focus on international relations and international law.  My research interests include how institutions impact cooperation and conflict among states. I’m especially interested in relationships between domestic institutional structure and international behavior.

Before coming to Michigan, I was a visiting associate professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center. I’ve also taught courses on international law and federal courts at the University of Virginia School of Law.  During the summer of 2012, I served as a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford.

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