I study market structure and competition issues. I am especially interested in how antitrust law and competition policy shape our political economy and democracy.
I am currently an associate research scholar with Yale Law School and a fellow with the Open Markets Project at New America, where I research consolidation across sectors, including in tech, media, finance, retail, and commodities. I previously did similar work as a policy analyst at New America and served as policy director for Zephyr Teachout during her 2014 gubernatorial bid in New York. Before that I was on a journalism fellowship in Delhi, India, where I reported on a grassroots political movement built around transparency legislation and the right to information.
I studied political theory at Williams and law at Yale. While at Yale I pursued public interest litigation through the Mortgage Foreclosure Litigation Clinic, as well as through spending summers working at Gupta Wessler PLLC, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
My writing has appeared in the Yale Law Journal and Harvard Law & Policy Review, as well as in the American Prospect, New Republic, New York Times, Quartz, Salon, Washington Monthly, and the Washington Post, among other publications. My work has been cited by Bloomberg, The Economist, New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal, and featured on popular blogs like Naked Capitalism and Boing Boing.