Adam Littlestone-Luria (@ALittleStone) is a Furman Scholar at New York University School of Law. He works on constitutional law, law of democracy, institutions, legal and political history, and normative political theory. He received a PhD in History from the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. in Classics from Pomona College. He wrote his dissertation on the substructure of legal, political, and social institutions in the late Roman Republic, and he has worked extensively on the historical development and the political economy of the institutions of participatory governance. As well as writing for Just Security, he has written articles for the Washington Post.