Academic Scholarship

As an academic, my scholarly research agenda explores the intersections between law (especially intellectual property law), the internet, and social norms.


Academic Articles
Book Chapters


Public Writing

In addition to traditional academic scholarship, I have frequently had my work published in publications like TIME, the Washington Post, and Fortune. See below for my work with these and other publications.




Pop Culture U

I created a digital platform, Pop Culture U, that uses today’s pop culture headlines to share lessons about internet culture and intellectual property law. This allows me to take complicated topics and make them relatable.

One high point for Pop Culture U (in an earlier iteration) was being cited at Fortune.com for my trademark article on the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority trademark registration for its “pinky” hand signal.

Other popular articles include: