Hi! I'm a supervising attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. I joined DOJ's Civil Division, Appellate Staff in 1995, after finishing clerkships with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Judge Louis H. Pollak. For 20 years, I regularly co-taught a constitutional law seminar about federalism -- the relationship between the federal government and the States -- as an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law School. I have worked on the real-world litigation of many of the cases that I teach, and my Haverford seminar is modeled on my Georgetown seminar. Before joining DOJ, I went to Harvard Law School (JD) and Princeton University (AB). In August 2024, I will be leaving DOJ and joining the full-time faculty of a new law school that Wilmington University recently opened to increase access to affordable legal education and diversity in the legal profession.