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Graduate Student

206A Caldwell Hall

Nevin is a sixth-year graduate student whose main interests include philosophy of law, ethics, and political philosophy. For his dissertation, Nevin is seeking to improve our philosophical understanding of the nature of legal reasoning.

During fall 2021, Nevin is a visiting student at the University of Michigan.

Prior to UNC he was at the University of Akron (B.A.), Cleveland State University (J.D.), and Rutgers University (M.A.).

Recent publication:

“Legality‘s Law’s Empire,” Law and Philosophy, Vol. 39 (2020): pp. 325-349.