Ben graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard with a degree in Literature and a secondary field in Computer Science. After contemplating life as a professional musician, he decided to go into legal research; these days, Ben studies how technologies like artificial intelligence are challenging intellectual property and privacy law.
With over eight years of tutoring, Ben has helped students excel at everything from essay-writing to the acoustic guitar. Ben teaches copyright law as a teaching fellow in Harvard Law School’s CopyrightX course; in college, he spent three years working as a writing tutor at the Harvard College Writing Center. While at Harvard, Ben was a teaching assistant for courses in software copyright and privacy and technology. He has worked with high schoolers, college students, and adults, including as a tutor to incarcerated students through the Petey Greene volunteer program. Ben is available to help students with expository writing, legal studies, and subjects in the humanities, as well as with LSAT prep (179), SAT prep (2360), and college and law school admissions.
When he isn’t thinking about technology law, Ben bakes sourdough bread and plays the saxophone, guitar, and bass.