I’m a feature reporter for the legal news site Law360. I’ve covered the Mueller investigation, the FIFA corruption trial, and the politics of filling federal judicial vacancies.
In the last year, I’ve also written about a lawyer’s lonely quest for chimpanzee personhood, interviewed Justice Stephen Breyer about the Supreme Court’s complex relationship with the executive branch, and broke the story about White House counsel Don McGahn and former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus lawyering up in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
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My family and I fled the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, leaving for my parents’ hometown of Madras, in South India, and then settling in Singapore. My international scramble has ended in Brooklyn, where I live with my husband and our cats. Travel these days is geared more toward moderate hiking and backpacking.
I’m teaching myself photography and have included some pictures of my travels (taken with a Sony NEX-6 mirrorless camera) in the gallery to the right.
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