Vincent Chiao, B.A. (University of Virginia), Ph.D. (Northwestern), J.D. (Harvard), researches and teaches primarily in the area of criminal law and criminal justice, with a particular interest in the philosophical examination of its doctrine and institutions. His research has appeared in Legal Theory, Criminal Law and Philosophy, the New Criminal Law Review and Law and Philosophy. He is the author of Criminal Law in the Age of the Administrative State, forthcoming with Oxford University Press (2018), and the subject of a symposium in the Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies. He is also responsible for overseeing the Faculty of Law’s appellate criminal law externship, which provides selected third year JD students with the opportunity to work directly on criminal appeals, including before the Supreme Court.