Will Thomas is an Assistant Professor of Business Law at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, whose research explores the normative and conceptual foundations of corporate and white-collar crime. Professor Thomas writes on issues of corporate agency, legal personhood, and theories of punishment. His scholarship appears in the Arizona State Law Journal, Michigan Law Review, Ohio State Law Journal, Journal of Corporation Law, and Vanderbilt Law Review, among other journals. He frequently comments on issues of criminal law and business, having appeared in media outlets including the Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.
Professor Thomas earned both his PhD in philosophy and his JD from the University of Michigan. He holds a BA from Columbia University.