Sometimes I do media. My writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal (twice!), USA Today, The Daily Beast, National Review, U.S. News and World Report, and Real Clear Technology, among other outlets. I also talk to reporters on the radio and TV. Some examples include Fox BusinessMarketplace, Marketplace Tech, KPCC’s Take Two, and The Kojo Nnanmdi Show.

I've also made a few videos. One of my favorites is a video on the sharing economy that was produced by Learn Liberty. I also made a series of videos with Peter Jaworski on craft brewing, which covers entrepreneurship, the three-tier system, and taxes. I am also part of the Liberty 101 project produced by Students for Liberty, and I made videos on spontaneous orderthe rule of law, and limited government. Most recently, I hosted a series of videos for the Mercatus Center that highlighted some of our core research areas in 2017, including regulatory reform proposals, financial markets regulation, and net neutrality.

And sometimes I do other things. I worked on Ex-Im Uncensored, which sought to make data available to the public that had been removed from Data.gov. I also manage a database tracking developments in daily fantasy sports regulation. In addition to teaching at the law school, I also teach a summer class in economics to undergraduates at George Mason University through The Fund for American Studies.

Every once and a while, my work gets recognized. My work has been cited by policymakers at the federal, state, and local level. European policymakers have used my research too. I was also named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for Law & Policy.