Philosophy & Public Affairs 31.1 (2003) 2
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Notes on the Contributors
Samuel Scheffler is the Class of 1941 World War II Memorial Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of The Rejection of Consequentialism (1982, rev. ed. 1994), Human Morality (1992), and Boundaries and Allegiances (2001), all from Oxford University Press. He is an Associate Editor of Philosophy & Public Affairs.
Barbara Fried is Professor of Law and Deane Johnson Faculty Scholar at Stanford University. She is the author of The Progressive Assault on Laissez Faire: Robert Hale and the First Law and Economics Movement (Harvard University Press, 1998). This is her first appearance in Philosophy & Public Affairs.
Alan Strudler is Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Director of the Ethics Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include moral theory; ethical issues in law, particularly securities law; and professional responsibility. This is his first appearance in Philosophy & Public Affairs.
David Wasserman is a Research Scholar at the University of Maryland's Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy. He is the author of A Sword for the Convicted (Greenwood, 1990), co-author of Disability, Difference, Discrimination, with Anita Silvers and Mary Mahowald (Rowman and Littlefield, 1998), and co-editor of Genetics and Criminal Behavior, with Robert Wachbroit (Cambridge University Press, 2001).