Dylan is a third-year law student at Harvard Law School where he is an editor on both the Harvard Law Review as well as the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, and a Research Assistant at Berkman Klein’s Institute for Rebooting Social Media. As a Graduate Student Fellow, Dylan’s work focuses on internet-powered technologies and their relationship to speech, privacy, and property. Prior to Harvard, Dylan spent time working on the social and technical sides of the internet. As a Trust & Safety practitioner, Dylan held several roles in content policy and operations at Facebook and YouTube, mitigating the risks of online hate speech, terrorism, and misinformation. He is a founding fellow with the Integrity Institute, where he advised regulators on several policy frameworks for governing social media platforms, both in the United States and abroad. He was also a fellow in Berkman Klein’s inaugural Assembly: Disinformation Program, where he helped plan counter-disinformation strategies ahead of the 2020 U.S. Elections with leaders in tech policy, government, and academia. Dylan received his BA from Johns Hopkins University in International Studies and Political Theory.