I am a New York licensed attorney and a student in the MPA in Economic Policy Management program at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). I am using my time at SIPA to develop quantitative policy and economic analysis skills to complement the skills I developed during my first ten years of law practice. I will be available on the job market beginning August 2021 and would be happy to discuss opportunities in antitrust law practice or economic policy analysis/consulting.
Prior to SIPA, I served as Of Counsel with the Antitrust department at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. My practice encompassed all aspects of antitrust litigation and counseling, with a focus on complex civil litigation matters and civil conduct investigations by U.S. state and federal agencies. Previously, I was a complex commercial litigation associate at Kaye Scholer LLP, where my practice focused on representing business clients in litigation matters as well as counseling clients on regulatory compliance.
I completed my law degree at NYU in May 2009, earning the Betty Bock Prize in Competition Policy for achievement in antitrust law. While at NYU, I was elected president of two student organizations, served as an Articles Editor on my journal during the 2008-2009 academic year, and participated in the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic. Between law school and starting at Kaye Scholer, I served as a Research Fellow at NYU.
Specialties: Antitrust Law & Economics, Complex Civil Litigation, Civil Regulatory Investigations, Appellate Advocacy, Economic Policy.