Adjunct Professor, University of Mary Washington, College of Graduate and Professional Studies, 2008-present; Foundation Law Clerk, 2006; Researcher, Ave Maria School of Law, 2004-06; Legal Intern, Dugan McKissick Wood & Longmore, Lexington Park, Md., 2005; Legal Intern, Federalist Society, Washington, DC, 2004; Senior Associate Lobbyist, High Park Advocacy Group, Toronto, Canada, 2001-03; Teacher, Dulwich College, London, England, 1999-2000. Bar Admissions: Maryland, 2006; Virginia, 2008; District of Columbia, 2011; U.S. Supreme Court. Law School: Ave Maria School of Law, J.D., 2006. College: King's College London, Post Graduate Degree in Education, 1999; Gregorian University, Bachelor of Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1994. Member: Federalist Society.Publications: "Organized Labor’s International Law Project? Transforming Workplace Rights into Human Rights" ENGAGE, Feb. 2008, at 98.
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