I’m a Postdoctoral Fellow in Computer Science at Harvard University.

I’m interested in programming languages as a medium for human thought, expression and interaction with computer systems.

My work explores the legal applications and implications of computational technologies. I’m exploring how software systems can express and enforce legal restrictions and intent, and how those restrictions affect software development and deployment.

Previously, I’ve applied techniques and tools from programming languages to software-defined networks, and optical networks.


October 15, 2021
“A Programming Language for Estates and Future Interests” accepted for publication in the Yale Journal of Law and Technology.
Now-January 16, 2022
On the program committee for Programming Languages and the Law colocated with POPL 2022.


March 5-6, 2020
Organizing the CRCS Workshop on AI for Social Impact at Harvard University.
March 14, 2020
Presenting at the NYU Internet Law Works-in-Progress Conference.