2019 Award Recipient
is a political theorist and constitutional lawyer with a special interest in the constitutional theories of eighteenth-century Britain, America, and France. Currently he is the WYNG Research Fellow in Political Theory and Philosophy at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He received his PhD from the Harvard University Department of Government in 2018, and his law degree from the Harvard Law School in 2012. He has held visiting fellowships at the Harvard Law School and the New York University Law School, as well as the Max Planck Institute in Frankfurt, Germany.