I am a PhD candidate in Philosophy at NYU and can likely be found doing my part to bring about the second golden age of marginalia.

Before NYU, I earned a JD from Harvard Law School, magna cum laude, and a BA in Philosophy from UCLA, summa cum laude.

Prior to law school I worked on Google’s Global Ethics and Compliance team for three years. After law school I clerked for the Honorable Chief Judge of the Seventh Circuit, Diane P. Wood. I was then a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School and a Faculty Affiliate at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society (where I was previously a Fellow). Immediately prior to starting at NYU I was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. For four years I was a Teaching Fellow for CopyrightX, a free online copyright course offered under the auspices of Harvard Law School. I’ve also spent short amounts of time at the Federal Trade Commission, Facebook, Keker & Van Nest, Jenner & Block’s Washington D.C. office, and at Archipelago Books, as an editorial fellow.

I’m a lover of books – collecting, book and publishing culture, book history, books-as-objects, etc. You can find my reading lists on all these topics here.  I’m also a member of the Grolier Club.

My publication and presentation page can be found here.