Since leaving Oxford, I continue to research and write in philosophy, law, and cognitive science. In 2018 I graduated with a JD from Yale Law School. My philosophy PhD dissertation is titled "Essays in Experimental Jurisprudence." The dissertation uses philosophical analysis and experimental philosophy to explore the nature of concepts that are central to legal theory (e.g. the concept of reasonableness, the concept of intentional action). In 2018-2019 I am an Academic Guest and Fellow in Experimental Law & Economics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETH Zürich). For more information, please see my academic website.