Arch T. Allen Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus
- J.D. (honors), University of Chicago (1984)
- Ph.D., Brown University (1970)
- A.M., Brown University (1968)
- B.S., Pennsylvania State University (1966)
- B.A., Pennsylvania State University (1965)
Michael L. Corrado joined the UNC-Chapel Hill law faculty in 1988, and he teaches torts, criminal law, comparative law and philosophy of law. He is former editor-in-chief of the interdisciplinary journal Law and Philosophy, former co-director of the annual North Carolina Workshop on Law and Philosophy, current director of the North Carolina Conference on Comparative Criminal Law, and editor of a new series of books on comparative law.
During law school, Corrado served as articles editor of the University of Chicago Law Review. After graduation he clerked on the Seventh Circuit and then practiced law in Chicago for three years. Before law school, Corrado taught philosophy at Ohio University. He spent the academic year 1978-79 at the University of Michigan on an NEH postdoctoral fellowship.
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Free Will, Punishment, and the Burden of Proof, CRIM. JUST. ETHICS (April 2018).
Doing Without Desert, in FREE WILL AND THE LAW: NEW PERSPECTIVES (A. McCay & M. Sevel eds.) (Routledge, forthcoming 2018).
Insanity and Free Will: The Humanitarian Argument for Abolition, in THE INSANITY DEFENSE: MULTIDISCIPLINARY VIEWS ON ITS HISTORY, TRENDS, AND CONTROVERSIES (M. D. White, eds.) (Praeger, 2017).
Moral Responsibility and Intentional Action: Sehon on Freedom and Purpose, 36 CRIM JUST. ETHICS 246 (reviewing Scott Sehon, FREE WILL AND ACTION EXPLANATION: A NON-CASUAL, COMPATIBILIST ACCOUNT (Oxford University Press 2016)). [SSRN]
The Double Track in Continental European Criminology, AM. ACAD. PSYCHIATRY & L. NEWSL. (Vol. 41 no. 3, pg. 15) (Sept. 2016). [SSRN, Document Link ()]
- Book Review Consequences, Dispositions, and the Burden of Proof, CRIM. JUST. ETHICS, Nov. 2014, at 236 (reviewing Kadri Vihvelin, CAUSES, LAWS, AND FREE WILL (Oxford University Press 2013)).
- PRESUMED DANGEROUS: PUNISHMENT, RESPONSIBILITY, AND PREVENTIVE DETENTION IN AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE (Carolina Academic Press 2013). [KF9625 .C68 2013]
Some Notes on Preventive Detention and Psychopathy, in HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOPATHY AND LAW (K.A. Kiehl et al., eds.) (Oxford University Press 2013). [SSRN]
Terrorists and Outlaws, in PREVENTING DANGER: NEW PARADIGMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (M. Corrado and M. Caianiello, eds.) (Carolina Academic Press 2013). [SSRN K5001.A6 P74 2013]
Why Do We Resist Hard Incompatibilism? Thoughts on Freedom and Punishment, in THE FUTURE OF PUNISHMENT (T.A. Naedlhoffer, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2013). [SSRN HV7419 .F885 2013]