Ryan is a third-year law student at Columbia Law School and serves as Essays Editor on the Columbia Law Review. Prior to law school, Ryan was a product marketing manager at Google and then founded Hatch.co, a startup in New York City. Ryan has served as a summer intern at the United States Attorney's Office in Brooklyn and as a summer associate at Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, DC.
The Trump Administration may already have the tools it would need to predict with high accuracy the religious identity of a significant percentage of U.S. citizens and visiting Muslims. And software engineers, not lawyers, may be our first line of alarm and defense.