Fantastic News! #MSCActions Fellows

This morning I received word that the Marie Curie grant proposal I have been working on over the summer has been accepted! This means that I will be working at the Catholic University of Leuven, more specifically a the Life Sciences and Society Lab, expertly headed by Prof. I. van Hoyweghen. The project engages closely … Continue reading

On Doing What’s Right: Lessons from Judicial Practice

The decisions judges have to make on a day-to-day basis are difficult: after all, they affect the defendant’s life deeply. In other words, they have to do the right thing. But what is ‘right’ to do in one context isn’t necessarily what’s right in another setting. How can we think about these evaluations and judgments, … Continue reading