I am the Senior Reporter for the Sports & Betting section at Law36o, a leading online legal news publication owned by LexisNexis. My training as a lawyer and as a reporter enables me to write about complex legal issues for both attorneys and other alike.
At Law360, my writing and research focuses focuses on the intersection of sports and the law and the newly developing U.S. regulated sports betting industry. I spearheaded the launch of Law360’s “Sports” newswire and later guided its expansion and relaunch as “Sports & Betting” following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Murphy v. NCAA, which opened the door for broader legalization of sports betting across the U.S.
Beyond writing regular news stories and analyses of major legal issues and trends, I have also made several media appearances as an expert discussing sports law issues, including CBS News online and the Law360 Pro Say podcast.
Before joining Law360, I worked as the student Chief of Staff for JURIST Legal News & Research, a nonprofit legal information website based at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. I currently serve on the Board of Directors for JURIST.
I earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law with a special certificate in civil litigation. As an undergraduate, I studied newspaper journalism, history and political science at Syracuse University and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
I am a native of Western Pennsylvania and enjoy watching and attending sports events, watching films and eating great food. I currently reside in the East Harlem neighborhood, a.k.a. "El Barrio," of New York City.
I am not practicing law at this time or taking clients, but I am licensed to practice in both New York and Pennsylvania.
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