I am a 2015 graduate of The George Washington University Law School, and the Editor-in-Chief the Federal Communications Law Journal. I transferred from William & Mary Law School where I earned an invitation to join the William & Mary Law Review. I was also co-editor of the William & Mary Election Law Society’s State of Elections and the 2012 Institute of Bill of Rights Law student fellow. I am passionate about civil liberties, particularly with respect to the online world.


During law school, I interned with several fantastic organizations, including: Institute for Justice, the national law firm for liberty; Commissioner Ajit Pai’s office at the Federal Communications Commission; and TechFreedom, an innovative tech policy group.  Last summer, I worked with the D.C. office of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, where I plan to return in September.


For those interested in my more substantive legal writing, please see my writing samples.