I’m a lawyer, graduating cum laude / Order of the Coif from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California. At Loyola, I was an editor on the International and Comparative Law Review and served as a research assistant to Prof. Aaron Caplan, contributing research on the First Amendment in the context of civil harassment restraining orders.
This blog contained my musings on various issues, largely focusing on free speech and the internet. My commentary on tech and legal issues has been featured in the Guardian, ArsTechnica, and on CBC Radio’s The Current, among other venues. I now do my writing over at Popehat.com.
I received my B.A. from Whittier College, where I had the honor of serving as president of the Associated Students of Whittier College and helped to re-establish a co-ed “society” (Whittier’s equivalent of fraternities and sororities) after a 15-year underground period.
After graduating from Whittier, I worked for MySpace.com as a Security Abuse Specialist — essentially tracking down security threats to the site.
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