Daniel Guillery's research interests are in the areas of moral and political philosophy. Currently, he is thinking about state border control and the justification of the exclusive rights states claim over their territories. Guillery is interested generally in the ways in which considerations of feasibility interact with moral justifications for the state's use of force. Areas of interest more broadly include state legitimacy, political obligation, property rights and anarchism.
Prior to joining the Law School, Guillery was a teaching fellow in Philosophy and European and International Social and Political Studies at University College London. He completed his PhD in 2018 also at UCL and before that did an MPhil Stud at UCL and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford.