I work at the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University, where I run the Center for Legal Pedagogy. The Center systematically, empirically studies what law schools teach and how law students learn. I use what we know about how brains work to inform better choices about instructional design and to help students learn better. This brings together a statistically improbable number of my passions, academic credentials, and professional experiences: law, philosophy, cognitive science, and education. Nothing I write on this site should be mistaken for the official views of the Center or the law school, however.
I also contribute to Above the Law. I write a weekly column on law & policy from a conservative-libertarian perspective. My ATL author archives are here.