1985 — J.D., Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia; Treasurer & Vice-President of International Law Society
1981 — A.B., magna cum laude, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island; political science concentration with foreign language background in German and classical Greek, including year abroad in Vienna, Austria; volunteer in U.S. Congressional campaign; reporter for Brown Daily Herald
1994-present — Principal in solo practice emphasizing labor and employment law consultation and litigation for individuals and small businesses; general litigation, including personal injury and commercial contracts; drafting of wills; real estate matters; admitted in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
1985-1994 — Associate in law firms representing business and labor clients before National Labor Relations Board and Public Employment Relations Commissions in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, respectively; also general practice drafting and litigation matters before State and U.S. administrative bodies (e.g. Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, and US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) and Courts in both jurisdictions.