I live and work in New York City as a big-time lawyer doing medium-time things. Getting here was neither straight nor simple. I came to the U.S. at the age of 14, went to college at the University of Dayton, and then completed a Masters in South Asian Studies at the University of Michigan. However, it took three years at the University of Michigan Law School to find my place here. All of this studying was punctuated by two years working for the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, developing the front-end of websites. I have always been able to count on that skill to pay the bills and keep me stocked in the latest technology. Significantly, I married my wife in 2012 after almost nine fulfilling years together.

I love entertainment, and am not unashamed to say I can be a snob. I hate to say this, but my since my work involves a lot of reading, writing, and research, I read very little for pleasure. Instead, moving pictures are my distraction: watching movies, bingeing on television shows, and marathons of video games. I then write about all of these, when and if time permits. These distractions all aid me on my journey… so I don’t get bored before I reach the end.