• Partner | Hybrid Pedagogy - Now

  • Co-founder and Director | The Calliope Initiative, Inc. - Now

  • Georgia Tech

    Assistant Director of Writing and Communication | School of Literature, Media, and Communication | Georgia Tech - August 2011 to July 2012

  • Associate | IP Group | Kilpatrick Stockton - 2001 to 2004 (photo by Search Influence on Flickr)


I have a JD (1999) and a PhD (2009), both from the University of Georgia. I received my undergraduate degree, a BA in English, from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1995.


I have expertise in copyright, intellectual property, and education policy. I also provide instructional design and technology development services. I serve a range of clients from small businesses and non-profits to large public institutions.


My research interests include law and literature, critical legal studies, and the digital humanities. I am writing two articles about Middle English common law poetics and the emergence of the individual as a target of regulatory authority.


My pedagogy focuses on increasing students’ intellectual and social agency by helping them to develop their contextual awareness, analytical reasoning abilities, media literacy, and communication proficiency.

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