I've had the privilege of writing and speaking about my two favorite topics: technology and social justice.  Check out some selections below:

Inc.- A.I. Assistants, Brain Games, Virtual Clinics: Meet the Hottest NYC Startups to Watch in 2019

Entrepreneur- Why Big-Name Investors Like Mark Cuban Are Disrupting the Legal Profession

American Lawyer- The Law Firm Disrupted: Network Effects and the Legal Market

Fast CompanyThis Tech Helps Corporate Lawyers Donate Time to Defend People in Need

TechCrunch- This Startup Streamlines the Pro Bono Work of Lawyers, Including those Fighting for Immigrants at the Border

Entrepreneur- Meet the Real Justice League: 10 Entrepreneurs Helping Average People Navigate the Legal System

Tasty Trade- Bootstrapping in America: Paladin

ABA Journal- Legal Rebels: Patterns of Progress

LegalTech NewsThree Startups Are Using AI in Law for Noble Purposes

Forbes- How to Close the Justice Gap by Increasing Legal Aid

Forbes- New Site is 'Like Match.com for Lawyers'

ABA Journal- Meet 10 Women Making an Impact in Legal Technology

The EveryGirl- This Latina is Changing the World by Making Legal Help Way More Accessible

Above the Law- Mind the Gap: Felicity Conrad and Paladin's Legal Justice Mission

Fast Company- Bridging the Justice Gap

Technical.lyUB law students can now use this platform to find pro bono opportunities

Chicago Inno- In Wake of Immigration Executive Order, Chicago Legal Tech Startups Step Up

Forbes- This Latina's Startup Aims to Make Pro-Bono Legal Help More Accessible

Above the Law - alt.legal: A Challenge for the Public Good

Maryland Daily Record - University of Baltimore Law's Pro Bono Connection

NYU Law News - Felicity Conrad '13 wants to Close the Justice Gap using Legal Tech

1871 Blog - Meet a Member: Kristen Sonday of Paladin, an IHCC and 1871 Cohort Company

Business Insider - Grand Central Tech Announces its 2017 Class

Press on Paladin

Academic Publishings

The Mystery of Local Versus National Partisan Representation, co-authored with Jessica Trounstine, presented at the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, April 2007