Mitchell Berman is the Leon Meltzer Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also holds appointments in Philosophy and at the Wharton School’s Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department. He writes and teaches in constitutional law and theory, philosophy of criminal law, jurisprudence, and philosophy of sport. At Princeton, he will be working on a book project that aims to advance both a general account of the architecture of artificial normative systems (such as law and games), and a parochial account of the grounds or determinants of the norms of American constitutional law.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow
(University of Pennsylvania)
Room 213, 5 Ivy Lane