I research legislation, including the role that legislation plays in setting policy. My work on legislation questions the ability of Congress and state legislatures to target named individuals for special treatment. My most recent article about targeted legislation, The Equal Protection Component of Legislative Generality, was selected for presentation at the Yale/Harvard/Stanford Junior Faculty Forum at Yale Law School. This paper was selected after a blind review to represent the category of Constitutional Law: Theoretical Foundations. My work on legislation has been cited by both state and federal appellate courts and in briefs, treatises, and scholarly works. I teach Legislation, Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Health Care Fraud, and an advanced Constitutional Law Seminar. I earned my Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center and my Bachelor of Arts from New York University.