Yale Law School
- (Completed first year in 2008-2009 as part of a joint J.D./Ph.D. program with Columbia University)
- M.A. Classical Studies, 2011. GPA 4.03/4.0.
- M.Phil. Classical Studies, 2015.
- Ph.D. Classical Studies, 2017. (Projected)
- Dissertation: Playing the Judge: Law and Imperial Messaging in Severan Rome
The University of Chicago
- B.A. Classical Studies, 2008. GPA 3.85/4.0 (Phi Beta Kappa).
As Sole Instructor
Contemporary Civilization 1101/1102
(Fall 2016/Spring 2017)
Required course for all Columbia College undergraduates, focusing on
canonical texts in the history of Western political and social
thought and extending from Plato to Foucault.
Intermediate Latin course, focusing on translation skills and
Ovid, Metamorphoses (selections); Sallust, On the Conspiracy of Catline (selections)
Intermediate Latin course, focusing on grammar review and increasing
Catullus (selections); Cicero, Second Philippic (selections)
Intensive elementary course, teaching all of Latin grammar and basic
vocabulary within three weeks.
Keller & Russell, Learn to Read Latin (second edition)
As Teaching Assistant
Preceptor in the Core Curriculum, Contemporary Civilization, 2016–
- Lead a required course for Columbia College sophomores on Western political philosophy
- Developed a syllabus that uses key texts in political theory to address contemporary issues such as the normative injustice of mass incarceration and of structural discrimination on the bases of race and sex
- Teach students how to use textual sources as evidence for both descriptive and normative claims
New York, NY
Law Clerk, May–July 2013
- Advised charitable organizations on tax-optimal behavior
- Researched the applicability of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to certain forms of data harvesting
- Drafted legal correspondence and advice
- Member in good standing of the New York State Bar since 2015
- Fluent in reading and speaking French, English, and Spanish
- Fluent in reading Latin, Greek (ancient), Italian, and German