My research explores issues of statutory interpretation in tax law. My most recent article, forthcoming in the Stanford Law Review, argues that anti-abuse doctrines in tax law should be considered substantive canons of statutory construction. I have also published in the Yale Law Journal and the South Carolina Law Review, among others, and I am a contributor at the Yale Journal on Regulation: Notice and Comment blog.
I graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, with a triple major in Computer Science, Economics, and Philosophy, and from the Yale Law School, where I was the Executive Bluebook Editor of the Yale Law Journal and the founding Co-Director of the Yale Journal on Regulation Online. Before arriving at NYU Law, I practiced tax law at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.