Scott J. Shapiro explores the bold and provocative history of the men who fought to outlaw war and how an often overlooked treaty called the Peace Pact, signed in 1928, transformed modern history. Co-written with Oona Hathaway.
Scott J. Shapiro teaches both Law and Philosophy at Yale Law School, where he directs, naturally, the Center for Law and Philosophy. He earned his BA and PhD degrees in philosophy from Columbia University and a JD from Yale Law School. He is the author of Legality and editor of The Oxford Handbook of Jurisprudence and the Philosophy of Law. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.