What I’ve done

My work has appeared in a number of print and online publications, including USA Today, the San Diego Union-Tribune and Law360, a legal newswire. Here is a sampling of my writing, starting with the most recent.


(Note: These links go to pdfs because the site has a paywall.)

“Voting machine critics tout low-tech fix for hacking fears,”  Nov. 6, 2018

“2nd Circ. RFRA damages ruling doesn’t erase controversy,”  May 17, 2018

“Texting scam exec knew but avoided paper trial, jury hears,”  Aug. 23, 2017

“Kasowitz’s securities work not presidential caliber, suit says,”  July 12, 2017

“How lawyers are keeping hacked clients out of court,”  June 27, 2017

“‘Hurt Locker’ writer says gov’t can’t have Bergdahl tapes,”  July 21, 2016

“Former NY State Chief Justice Judith Kaye dies at 77,”  Jan. 7, 2016

“How to leave the firm holiday party with your dignity intact,”  Dec. 11, 2015

Brooklyn Based

“From Brooklyn to the Hudson Valley, the cider craze just keeps growing,”  Nov. 5, 2018

“Six ciders to fall for this autumn,”  Nov. 5, 2018

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“William Wegman gives dog beds, blankets artsy update,”  June 8, 2016

The Independent Florida Alligator

“Subsidized housing residents trapped despite mold problems,”  April 23, 2014

USA Today

“4 reasons to give up social media over the holidays,”  Dec. 12, 2013

“Marijuana debate catches fire among college students,”  Oct. 25, 2013

The San Diego Union-Tribune

“Feral and in peril,”  Sept. 12, 2013

“Blogger creates pop-up culture,”  Aug. 16, 2013

“5 reasons why ‘Sister Act’ will convert you,”  July 24, 2013

The Gainesville Sun

“In Citizens’ Fire Academy, residents walk a day in firefighter’s boots,”  June 4, 2012

“400 students in Archer do battle in chess,”  May 25, 2012

“A day to welcome joey to the world,”  May 24, 2012