Focuses primarily on Supreme Court and appellate litigation, as well as strategic planning and briefing in high stakes trials and agency proceedings. Has argued scores of appeals, including eight in the Supreme Court, and has particular expertise in challenges to state and federal governmental action and other constitutional litigation.
Assistant to the Solicitor General of the United States, Law Clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia and D.C. Circuit Judge Stephen F. Williams.
JD, Stanford Law School, 1987; MBA, Cornell University, 1983, BA, Cornell University, 1982.