Recent projects have included:
- Litigating claims under the Eighth Amendment and Federal Torts Claim Act on behalf of an individual who was assaulted by prison guards and had his jaw broken in two places while he was incarcerated;
- Pursuing a Fourth Amendment claim against the District of Columbia Housing Authority for its usage of cameras to preemptively surveil and monitor its residents;
- Alleging due process and other constitutional claims against the state of Texas for placing individuals who have not committed crimes that are sexual in nature on its sex-offense registry;
- Bringing a novel, intersectional Title VII claim against a federal agency for its failure to promote a qualified individual based on race, sex, and age;
- Pursuing constitutional and tort claims against a medical provider, a sheriff’s office, and a jail for failing to treat and imprisoning an individual after he called 911 for a medical emergency;
- Litigating on behalf of an individual whose employer improperly denied her disability and pregnancy accommodations, discriminated against her on account of her national origin, and illegally assessed fees against her in connection with her resignation;
- Litigating on behalf of an employee who was paid an unequal wage on the basis of her sex in violation of the Equal Pay Act and other federal and state law;
- Filing a Fourth Amendment federal lawsuit on behalf of a mother whose son was shot and killed by the DC police;
- Defending an anti-SLAPP lawsuit in federal court on behalf of a sexual-assault survivor who was sued for defamation by her abuser for $5 million after she made #MeToo posts about her experience;
- Litigating on behalf of a LGBTQ+ student who was denied gender affirming accommodations and was discriminated against based on sex and transgender status in violation of the District of Columbia Human Rights Act.
- Filing amicus briefs in various appellate cases, including two before the United States Supreme Court, one in the DC Circuit, and one in the New York Court of Appeals;
- Filing FOIA requests and litigating in DC Superior Court to enforce those FOIA requests on behalf of a Black Lives Matter activist routinely surveilled by DC police; and
- Drafting and submitting formal public comments on proposed rules in the formal notice-and-comment rulemaking process before the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that affect legal standards used in civil rights cases like the disparate impact legal theory under the Fair Housing Act.