A.B., 1981, Washington University
J.D., 1984, Cornell University
Areas of Expertise
Before joining the Cardozo faculty, Professor Huigens practiced in the Seattle-Tacoma area for 12 years, including five as a prosecutor and three as a criminal defense attorney. His primary scholarly interest is the theory of punishment. He has published articles and essays in Harvard Law Review, California Law Review, and Georgetown Law Journal, among others.
(2013). The Nature and Function of Criminal Theory. In Russell Christopher (Ed.), Fletcher's Essays on Criminal Law.
Oxford University Press. (2012). Motivating Intentions, Reciprocal Specification of Ends, and the Assessment of Responsibility. In Ho Hock Lai and Amalia Amaya (Eds.), Law, Virtue and Justice. Hart Publishing.