Published Works

Time to Fire NYC’s Bad Cops, City Limits, June 30, 2020

In the Wake of Coronavirus, What’s Next for Matrimonial Law?, New York Law Journal, June 19, 2020

How to fire a cop in NYC: It ain’t easy, New York Daily News, June 6, 2020

Don’t Relapse Now, The Fix, May 27, 2020

Between rich and poor, a line in the sand: COVID-19 has exposed stark differences by wealth in New York, New York Daily News, May 19, 2020

Andrew Cuomo Has the Power to Cancel Rents – He Should Use It, New York Daily News, March 25, 2020

Thank You for Your Share!, The Fix, March 12, 2020

Sham trials for accused cops: The disciplinary process isn’t fair to the people of the city, New York Daily News, May 22, 2019

Not everyone meets a life partner, so let’s stop pretending they do, GayStarNews, February 19, 2019

How I Beat a Slumlord in Court, The Flipside, December 5, 2018

Support for President Trump is Not Sober, The Fix, November 15, 2018

My commute, by the numbers: Measuring the pain of subway delays, New York Daily News, April 8, 2017

Body Horror: On the Slow Process of Falling Apart in Alcoholism, The Fix, December 6, 2017

Raps (sometimes I rap)

Second Cousin (Diss on Joe Biden)

I Like It Cardi B “Remix” Type Thing, It’s Funny


‘Can’t Pay May’ Is a New York Rent Strike Hoping to Force Governor Cuomo to Cancel Rent, Esquire, April 17, 2020

Attorneys Predict Rent Cancellation Defense, Challenges, March 31, 2020

Staying Sober Is a Whole New Challenge With Social Distancing, Rolling Stone, March 17, 2020

‘Shame on them for thinking that’: NYPD sergeants union head defends gun control retweet critics say is homophobic, New York Daily News, September 18, 2019

How Divorce Will Change in 2020, Reader’s Digest, December 2019