I’m an attorney licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I attended the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University. I worked at the Philadelphia Housing Authority throughout law school, in government affairs, strategic planning and the Law Department.
Currently, I serve as judicial law clerk in the Court of Common Pleas in Pike County, Pennsylvania. The position exposes me to both civil and criminal cases. I work for President Judge Joseph F. Kameen and Judge Gregory H. Chelak. Their courts hear a variety of issues, from drug offenses to family law cases to business disputes.
I write frequently at my blog Geek, Esq., focusing on law and technology. Software and hardware design, user experience, privacy and national security are common topics. I also write occasionally about advances and challenges in animal law and LGBTQ rights.
I have experience as the digital editor with a large business journal and currently provide freelance analytics, copywriting and marketing services. I’m working on a startup related to that work and, when the time is right, I’ll elaborate on that here.