Gregory Antill

Gregory Antill

  • Academic Fellow; Lecturer in Law

J.D. Yale Law School (2023)
Ph.D. UCLA (Philosophy, 2016)
B.A Brandeis University (History and Philosophy, 2009)

Areas of Specialty

Criminal Law

Gregory Antill is an Academic Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Columbia Law School. He has research interests in criminal law, evidence, and tort law, where he applies recent conceptual advances in philosophy and cognitive science to traditional legal questions about mens rea, culpability, competence, and expert testimony. His work has been published in The Yale Law JournalThe Boston College Law Review, The American Philosophical Quarterly, and The Journal of the American Philosophical  Association.

Gregory received his J.D. from Yale Law School, where he was an editor on the Yale Law Journal and
editor-in-chief of the Yale Journal of Law & The Humanities. He earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from UCLA, where he was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Humanistic Studies. Prior to joining Columbia, Gregory taught as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College and Pomona College.