I am the President of ELCnetworks, LLC., a technology, law, business and technical development consulting firm with offices in Portland, Maine and Washington, D.C. My business consulting projects have included technology startups, intellectual property filings, and security consulting for biohazard “Hot Zones” at the CDC. My law practice focuses on information security, intellectual property, corporations, contracts, computer law and entrepreneurship.
I was the Founder of Reverse Space, LLC, an invention laboratory/hackerspace in Herndon, Virginia.
I am also a part-time adjunct professor in the computer science department at the University of Southern Maine teaching computer security, law and ethics. My academic background includes study of international law and policy at Oxford University in England, Tsinghua University in Beijing, Maine School of Law, as well as intellectual property at Franklin Pierce Law School in Concord, New Hampshire.