Journalism and law school aren’t a traditional path to teaching, but that’s the route I took. After working as a journalist in both radio and newspaper, I returned to school, earned my law degree, and passed the New York State bar exam. That background led to chances to teach part-time and, eventually, to my current full-time position with the Jandoli School of Communication. I’m particularly interested in the intersection of the law with business, the internet, and journalism.
I still hold a New York State law license. I also hold a Federal Communications Commission license as an amateur radio operator.
I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in law, entrepreneurship, journalism, and writing.
- J.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1993
- B.A., Journalism, St. Bonaventure University, 1975