I am a political and legal theorist with research interests in political obligation and authority, migration, and the ethics of resistance. 

I am currently an Associate Professor and Queen's National Scholar in Legal & Political Philosophy at Queen's Law School in Canada. I hold an AB from Harvard, an MA from Toronto, a JD from Yale Law School, and a DPhil from Oxford, where I studied as a Canadian Rhodes Scholar. 

Previously, I have worked at King's College London, the University of York, University College, Oxford, and Jindal Global Law School. I have also been a Researcher at the Institute for Futures Studies (Stockholm) and a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Fundamental Rights at the Hertie School (Berlin).

My first book, The Ethics of Exile, was published by Oxford University Press in 2021. I am working on my second book on victims' duties in the face of their oppression. 

For June and July 2023, I will be visiting at the Julius Stone Institute at Sydney Law School.