I’m a reporter at Law360, pounding out daily news about New York’s big industries: securities, banking and white-collar crime. I previously wrote for the Boston Globe, the Sacramento Bee, and the American Prospect. I also freelance, having contributed to the New York Times and Poynter.
My interests include media, law, international reporting and investigations. My current goal is to change a law, put someone in jail, or get someone out of jail.
I speak French proficiently (5.5 years of study) and Hindi/Urdu decently enough to get around if I were to wake up in a strange village in the middle of Uttar Pradesh (2 years of study). In my spare time, I study Italian and Spanish.
I studied economics at Yale and have since learned a lot about federal securities and banking laws. My real skills are in writing and editing, however, and I’m happy to discuss freelance opportunities.