Sam is a legal analyst at Pollock Cohen. He graduated magna cum laude with high honors from Harvard College in 2023 with a Bachelors of Arts in Economics. At Harvard, he volunteered with the Small Claims Advisory Service, which provides legal information on small claims cases to local Boston area residents, and wrote for the Harvard Crimson. His senior thesis focused on the relationship between arbitration negotiations and performance volatility in Major League Baseball. 


While on a gap year during the COVID-19 pandemic, Sam worked on healthcare policy with the House Oversight and Reform Committee. Outside of work, Sam enjoys playing and watching basketball, traveling, and cooking.