Professional Activities

  • External examiner: PhD research degree, University College London, 2021
  • External examiner: MPhil research degree, University College London, 2014
  • External examiner: MA Human Rights, Roehampton University, 2010-14
  • Referee/peer review of research: Oxford University Press; Cambridge University Press; Polity Press; Political Studies; British Journal of Political Science; American Journal of Political Science; Politics, Philosophy, and Economics; Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy; Res Publica; Policy and Politics; Human Rights Review; Journal of Global Ethics; Theoria; Social Theory and Practice
  • Invited speaker: ‘The ethics of question dodging’, Priority and Practice online conference, University of Oxford, 2020
  • Keynote address: ‘Do politicians have a moral duty to refrain from hate speech?’, Conference on Free Speech, FloridaGulfCoastUniversity, 2019
  • Invited speaker: ‘Do politicians have a moral duty to refrain from hate speech?’, University of Queensland, Department of Politics and International Relations, research seminar (Brisbane), 2018
  • Panel speaker: ‘Rasmussen’s Choice: The Danish Cartoons Controversy and the Right to be Heard’, International Political Studies Association (IPSA) World Congress (Brisbane), 2018
  • Panel speaker: ‘Do politicians have a moral duty to refrain from hate speech?’, International Network for Hate Studies Biennial Conference (Oshowa), 2018
  • Invited spealer: ‘What is so Special About Online (as Compared to Offline) Hate Speech? Internet Companies, Community Standards and the Extragovernmental Regulation of Cyberhate’, CONTACT Interdisciplinary Conference on Hate speech (Cyprus), 2017
  • Panel speaker: ‘Actionable Injuries in Hate Speech Cases’, Loyola Colloquium in Constitutional Law (Chicago), 2016
  • Invited speaker: ‘Justice and Legitimate Expectations’, Workshop on legitimate expectations, University of Graz (Graz), 2016
  • Panel speaker: ‘The “Who” Question in the Hate Speech Debate’, International Network for Hate Studies Biennial Conference (Limerick), 2016
  • Panel speaker: ‘What is hate speech?’, American Philosophical Association (APA) Pacific Meeting (San Francisco), 2016
  • Invited speaker: 'The "Who?" Question in the Hate Speech Debate, Workshop on Hate Speech, Senate House (London), 2015
  • Invited speaker: 'Averting Your Eyes in the Information Age: Hate Speech, the Internet, and the Captive Audience Doctrine', Workshop on free speech at Dartmouth College (Vermont) 2015
  • Invited speaker: 'Hate Speech Law and Principled Compromise', Workshop on free speech at the University of Queensland (Brisbane), 2014
  • Invited speaker: ‘Global Equality of Resources and the Problem of Valuation’, British Academy Sponsored Workshop on Global Justice (Glasgow), 2013
  • Panel speaker: ‘Group Libel and Dignity: A Reply to Waldron’, Loyola Colloquium in Constitutional Law (Chicago), 2012
  • Invited speaker: ‘Rawls, Buchanan, and the Legal Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations’, London School of Economics Political Theory Seminar (London), 2011
  • Invited speaker: ‘Hate Speech’, Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture, University of Roehamption (London), 2011

External Activities

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