Martin Jay Stone

Assistant Professor of Law, 1988-1992, Associate Professor of Law, 1992-1997, Professor of Law, 1997-2002


Martin Stone joined the Duke faculty in 1988 after completing a B.Phil. in philosophy at Oxford’s Balliol College. Stone was a member of both the Law School faculty and the Department of Philosophy.  During his first year at Duke he continued to do research under a Bost grant.  In 1996 Stone earned a Ph.D. at Harvard and gained full professorships at Duke in both law and philosophy.  His research interests lay in Wittgenstein, philosophical logic, and political philosophy.

Stone completed a B.A. at Brandeis in 1982 and a J.D. at Yale in 1985.  He was a Marshall Scholar while at Oxford.  Stone left Duke in 2002 to teach law at Cardozo Law School and philosophy at New School University.

Sources:

Duke University, School of Law, Bulletin of Duke University School of Law [serial]

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Courses Taught

Torts

Legal Writing and Advocacy

Philosophy of Law (Seminar)

Jurisprudence