Gabriel Mendlow on “Divine Justice and the Library of Babel: Or, Was Al Capone Really Punished for Tax Evasion?”

Room 2027, Osgoode Hall Law School, Ignat Kaneff Building

"Divine Justice and the Library of Babel: Or, Was Al Capone Really Punished for Tax Evasion?

Gabe Mendlow is an assistant professor of law and assistant professor of philosophy. He teaches and writes in the areas of criminal law, tort law, moral philosophy, and philosophy of law. Professor Mendlow served for several years as a special assistant U.S. attorney in the U.S.¬†Attorney’s Office in Detroit, where he handled trial-level and appellate cases involving guns, drugs, fraud, theft, and counterfeiting. He previously served as a law clerk to Justice Richard N. Palmer of the Connecticut Supreme Court and as a postdoctoral associate in law and philosophy at Yale University. Professor Mendlow holds a JD from Yale Law School, a PhD in philosophy from Princeton University, and an AB in social studies from Harvard College. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar.

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