Former President of Suffolk Media Law, I also work full-time at the Suffolk University Sawyer Library and graduated from the Suffolk Law School evening program in Spring 2013. I am specifically focused on happenings in trademark and copyright law. Driving interests include the intersection of law and access to information/knowledge.


JD Suffolk University Law School 2013: Course focus on Copyright and Trademark IP

Master of Library Science Simmons College 2009: Graduate School of Library and Information Science

BA Suffolk University 2007: Majors English Lit, French Language; Minor: Philosophy

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Recent Articles: 

Tension in the Stacks: Libraries Enhancing Accessibility while Safeguarding Privacy

R.I. Access to Public Records Act Should Secure Relief in Providence Journal Freedom of Information Suit against State Police, Department of Public Safety Commissioner

SCOTUS to Decide if Resale Rights Apply to Foreign Acquired Works; Museums and Libraries Hold Their Breath

Private Parts?

Social Media Discoverability in Court

Dutch Court: Infringed Copyright with Hyperlinks to Leaked Playboy Photos

Google Sets a Handicap on Frequent Infringers

DoJ Concerned that Imminent Verizon Wireless Deal Limits Broadband Choices in the Future

All the Fishes in the Sea: Law Enforcement Tracking and Storing Citizens’ License Plate Movements

Barnes & Noble Rails against eBook Proposed Final Judgement

Act Authorizing Warrantless Domestic Search on Brink of Renewal?