Shlomo Klapper is J.D. Candidate at Yale Law School in the Class of 2020. Before starting law school, he worked as a behavioral researcher for Dan Ariely, a Deployment Strategist at Palantir, and a speechwriter at the UN. He is interested in the fallout of the Information Society’s rise, studying antitrust in social media and normative tech ethics. He’s also an avid fan of squash (the sport), squash (the vegetable), and British sketch comedy. He lives in New Haven with his wife.