Law360 is a subscription-based legal news newswire geared toward attorneys at large law firms, which was recently acquired by Lexis Nexis. The publication provides up-to-the minute news on policy and litigation developments and I have worked at the Washington, DC bureau since the beginning of 2015. I've also been a frequent contributor to the newswire's free "Access to Justice" weekly newsletter, and several of my clips can be found here.
Since the spring of 2016, I've been the primary Congressional reporter for the publication covering legislation, oversight hearings and other news developments, ranging from tax legislation and spending negotiations to whether the Senate would confirm judges who smoked marijuana once in their lives. I was also the primary reporter for the confirmation battles of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.
I've reported on the ongoing Congressional standoffs over judges, the political donation habits of BigLaw attorneys and the frequent standoffs over immigration law.
The first year and a half that I worked at Law360, I covered litigation and agency rulemaking with a focus on the appellate courts in the District of Columbia, including the Federal Circuit and DC Circuit Courts of Appeals. My coverage varied from tracking Supreme Court cases, to gavel-to-gavel coverage of three major antitrust trials.