Attorney at Law



About Me

I launched my firm in January of 2017 in Woodstock, Vermont. For the twelve years before, I practiced with a small firm in downtown White River Junction, Vermont. I handled thousands of criminal cases, from traffic tickets, DUI cases and minor misdemeanors to very serious cases, like murder, arson, sexual assaults, and burglaries. For many years I also represented parties in juvenile court. My cases included juvenile delinquency, CHINS, termination of parental rights, and other juvenile matters. 

I am also an adjunct professor. In 2012 I designed and began teaching a course at Vermont Law School called "Bail to Jail" about the life cycle and procedure of criminal cases. I will teach Bail to Jail again at Vermont Law School in the fall of 2018. In the spring semester I teach evidence lab, which helps law students learn how to use the rules of evidence in a courtroom setting.

In the fall of 2017 I taught Criminal Justice Ethics at Norwich University.

I am an elected member of the Vermont Bar Association Board of Managers, and was elected President-Elect in 2019.

I'm a contributing writer and occasional editor for SCOV Law, a blog about Vermont Supreme Court decisions and ongoing conversation about law in Vermont.

You can also find me on Facebook and LinkedIn.


Vermont Law School
Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2004

University of Michigan
B.S., Natural Resources, 2000

Bar Admissions

• Vermont, United States District of Vermont