After graduating from Indiana University School of Law in 2008, I opened my own practice, serving the corporate needs of startup companies and small businesses.
In 2011, I began a two-year contract in Mountain View helping Google develop its in-house electronic discovery department. Now, I've returned to private practice in San Francisco. Over the years, I've served as in-house counsel for dozens of companies providing large firm services at a fraction of the cost.
In addition to my solo practice, I developed the Advanced Civil Procedure: Electronic Discovery course at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, which I teach during the summer, and I am currently developing the school's new Information Privacy Law course, which will be offered online for Fall 2014.
If you have questions about a new company or an existing business, please contact me. I help clients both locally and out-of-state choose the appropriate entity type for their business, protect their intellectual property, and engender consumer trust, while managing risk, through the implementation of defensible data protection practices. I'm certified as an information privacy professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Outside of work, my partner and I share our home with two rescued dogs and are avid supporters of Muttville Senior Dog Rescue. Boxing, yoga, and running through Golden Gate Park fill my free time. I also serve on the board of Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom and co-chair its membership committee.