Nicholas Serafin works at the intersection of moral and political philosophy and antidiscrimination law and policy. Professor Serafin earned a PhD in philosophy in 2019 from the University of Michigan and was a finalist for the Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. He earned a JD from Yale Law School in 2012, where he worked for the International Refugee Assistance Project and the ACLU LGBTQ Rights Project. Professor Serafin’s work is forthcoming in the BYU Law Review and was featured in Slate. He is currently interested in the foundations of moral equality and the moral basis of antidiscrimination law.
J.D., Yale University
PhD Philosophy, University of Michigan
M.A. Philosophy, Tufts University
B.A. Philosophy, University of Missouri, Kansas City