I provide thoughtful, effective advocacy to clients facing government investigations, internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. I have 15 years of experience working across diverse industries and settings, and Wiggin and Dana’s unique position in the market allows me to scale up or down depending on the needs of the client.
My white collar work focuses on accounting and securities violations, false claims, workplace misconduct, and other compliance matters. I also maintain an active civil litigation practice, including commercial and insurance disputes. I have also developed significant experience in the field of food law, which ties my interest in food, hunger, and community wellness with my regulatory expertise.
I am also proud to chair Wiggin and Dana’s summer and entry-level hiring committee, and devote substantial time to recruiting, mentoring, and coaching young lawyers from diverse backgrounds, both at the firm and in the broader legal community.
I am a graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School. Prior to joining Wiggin and Dana, I practiced at WilmerHale in DC and clerked in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
I previously served on the Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel for the District of Connecticut and am a James W. Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation. In addition to co-chairing the Connecticut Chapter of the WWCDA, I serve on the boards of the Connecticut Food Bank, Friends of New Haven Legal Assistance, and the Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association.