I attack flawed technology in law and society, and the flawed attempts to govern it.

Currently, I am a second-year law student at NYU School of Law as a Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business Fellow and Cybersecurity Service Scholar. I am also the Vice-Chair of IEEE-USA’s AI Policy Committee.

I am combining my legal training with my PhD in aerospace & cognitive engineering from Georgia Tech’s Cognitive Engineering Center and my experience as a Congressional staffer so that I can fight to ensure that the progress of science and technology does not erode the human and civil rights protections we hold so close.

Latest news!
  • Completed my summer as a legal intern with the Family Defense Practice at the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem. [8/19]
  • Spoke on “Automation, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work” at the Texas AFL-CIO’s 60th Constitutional Convention. [7/19]
  • Represented Rights over Tech, a new NYU Law student group that I helped found at the NYU Law & Tech meeting: “A Golden Age of Legal Innovation: Navigational Advice for Law Students, Young Lawyers, and Other Explorers.” [4/19]
  • Spoke on “Autonomous Systems and Domestic Security” at Penn State’s Center for Security Research and Education and their Journal of Law and International Affairs Symposium, “Security and the Autonomous Future.” [4/18]
  • Authored a Slate piece on usability-security vulnerabilities in voting machines. [11/18]
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