Tyler is a student at Georgetown Law where he focuses on the intersection of law, economics, and policy. His multidisciplinary interests began as a student at Williams College, from which he graduated with a B.A. in political economy. For his capstone project, he wrote about the inefficiencies and inequities of the U.S. corporate tax regime.

Prior to law school, Tyler was an investor at a global alternative asset management firm, where he focused on credit opportunities. He also served as a research assistant to an international commercial arbitrator. His community involvement includes pro bono LSAT tutoring and volunteering as a consultant with Net Impact to advise non-profits on their strategy and operations. He hopes to use his law degree to advocate for more equitable legal and economic systems through litigation, government service, or social entrepreneurship.