Presented "Two Codes on the Use of Force" at the University of Tokyo Law School, July 2015.
Panel discussant, "When and Why Intervention Can Violate International Law," Global Security and the Evolution of International Law Symposium, University of Virginia School of Law, February 2015.
Presented "What's the Point of International Law?", The Chapman Dialogue Lecture Series, Chapman University Fowler School of Law, February 2015.
Presented the paper, "Custom's Process and Method: Lessons from Humanitarian Law," at Conference on Custom in Crisis, Duke Law School, October 2014.
Workshop participant, "Ukraine: A Case Study in the Viability of International Law," West Point Academy, October 2014.
Commentator, "On Socializing States: A conversation with Ryan Goodman and Derek Jinks on their Certificate of Merit Winning Book," ASIL Annual Meeting, April 2014.
Presented "Multiple Codes in the Jus ad Bellum," Center for Law and Global Affairs Colloquium, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, January 2014.
Presented "Multiple Codes in the Jus ad Bellum," with Jacob Katz Cogan. ASIL-ESIL-Rechtskulturen Workshop on International Legal Theory, University of Michigan Law School, November 2013.
Presented "Toward a Legal Theory on the Responsibility to Protect," ASIL Human Rights Interest Group Workshop, Berkeley Law School, November 2013.
Presented "Multiple Codes in the Jus ad Bellum," with Jacob Katz Cogan. ASIL Research Forum, New York University Law School, October 2013.
Presented the paper "Law and the Universal Human Rights Treaties" at The Role of Opinio Juris in Customary International Law conference, Duke Law School Center for International and Comparative Law, Summer Institute in Geneva, July 2013.
Presented the paper "Distributing the Responsibility to Protect," Conference on the Distribution of Responsibilities in International Law, University of Amsterdam, May 2013.
Panelist on the Future of Human Rights Theory, Conference Honoring Jim Nickel, Duke University, March 2013.
Symposium panelist, "The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare," University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, January 2013.