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Adam is a Project Manager at the Berkman Klein Center, where he works on the Lumen, Law Lab and Youth & Media projects. He has been involved with the Berkman Klein Center since the summer of 2008, when he worked with Lewis Hyde on the “Freedom to Teach” Project. During the summer of 2009 he was a special RA for the Director, and has been looking for a way to get back to the Berkman Klein ever since. He is frankly ecstatic to once again have the privilege of being part of such a vibrant and inspiring community of people.

Adam has a bachelor’s degree in Folklore & Mythology from Harvard College, and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law, where he authored or co-authored papers on collaborative law, bioethics and copyright reform.

In between those two stints at school he spent ten years training for the U.S. National Rowing Team, on which he won two World Championship medals and competed at the 1996 Olympic Games. He’d be glad to talk to you about training.

Outside of the Berkman Klein Center, Adam coaches rowing and wrestling at nearby BB&N School, studies Brazilian jiu jitsu, reads as much science fiction as he can get his hands on, and adores his wife and two daughters. His role model is Batman, depending on who is writing him.


Projects & Tools

Lumen

Lumen collects and studies online content removal requests, providing transparency and supporting analysis of the Web’s takedown “ecology." More


Events

Nov 13, 2012 @ 12:30 PM

This is Improbable

Featuring Marc Abrahams and other special guests

Marc Abrahams -- publisher of the Annals of Improbable Research, host of the annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony, and author of several books (including his latest, This is Improbable:… More