Keith is a lawyer and technologist. His work focuses on building participation in complex systems.
Keith is the co-founder of Digital Public, which helps communities protect and govern data and other digital goods. At Berkman Klein, Keith's research will focus on legal strategies for protecting, governing, and managing public interest data. Keith is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches a class on Criminal Justice Technology, Policy, and Law.
Previously, Keith worked at SIMLab, where he helped governments, legal aid organizations, and other nonprofits use technology to make services more accessible. Keith has also advised technology startups on legal and operational issues, and freelanced as a web developer.
Keith has a JD from Duke University School of Law and a BSFS from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. He is licensed to practice law in California.