Law Office: 622
Professor Ferzan teaches courses and seminars on criminal law and evidence. She is a co-founder and co-director of the Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy, Associate Graduate Faculty in the New Brunswick Philosophy Department, and co-Editor in Chief of Law and Philosophy. Professor Ferzan is also on the editorial boards of Legal Theory and Criminal Law and Philosophy.
For the academic year 2012-13, Professor Ferzan will be a Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow at Princeton's University Center for Human Values.
Risk and Inchoate Crimes: Retribution or Prevention, in Sullivan ed., Seeking Security: Pre-empting the Commission of Criminal Harms (forthcoming Hart Publishing)(with Larry Alexander)
Fletcher on the Fault of Not Knowing in Russell Christopher, ed., Essays on Criminal Law (forthcoming OUP)(with Larry Alexander).
Justification and Excuse, in Deigh & Dolinko, eds., Oxford Handbook on the Philosophy of Criminal Law (OUP 2011)
Beyond the Special Part, in Duff & Green, eds., Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (OUP 2010)(with Larry Alexander)
Intention, in Patterson ed., A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory, 2d ed. (Blackwell 2010)
Is There a Method to the Madness? Why Creative and Counterintuitive Proposals are Counterproductive in Mark D. White, ed., Theoretical Foundations of Law & Economics (Cambridge Univ. Press 2008)(with Michael Dorff)
Beyond Crime and Commitment: Justifying Liberty Deprivations of the Dangerous and Responsible (forthcoming Minnesota Law Review)
Inchoate Crimes at the Prevention/Punishment Divide (forthcoming San Diego Law Review)(symposium)
Plotting Premeditation's Demise (forthcoming Law and Contemporary Problems)(symposium)
Danger: The Ethics of Preemptive Action (forthcoming Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law)(symposium)(with Larry Alexander)
Culpable Aggression: The Basis for Moral Liability to Defensive Killing (forthcoming Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law)(symposium)
The Unsolved Mysteries of Causation and Responsibility (forthcoming Rutgers Law Journal)(symposium)
A Planet by Any Other Name, 109 Mich. L. Rev. 1011 (2010)(book review essay)
Contributions to Criminal Law Conversations (edited with Garvey and Robinson, OUP 2009): Results Don't Matter (core text with Larry Alexander); Against Negligence Liability (core text with Larry Alexander); Sex as Contract (comment on Michelle Anderson); The Values and Costs of Imminence (comment on Whitley Kaufman); Can't Sue, Can Kill (comment on Jeff McMahan)
Law Office: 622