Pablo graduated from Stanford Law School. After litigating patents at large New York and California law firms, Pablo co-founded Occam, a VC-backed startup centered on his innovations in legal research technology. Pablo is currently a fellow at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics where his work focuses on identifying and leveraging patterns in common law opinions.
Pablo’s work focuses on civil litigation in common law jurisdictions, with an emphasis on how litigators access and assemble the law. Pablo is a graduate of Stanford Law School and of the University of California at Berkeley. Before attending Stanford Law School, Pablo worked for a year at the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, focusing on the legal aspects of the genetic modification of organisms by corporations. Pablo is a member of the New York and California bar. He has represented leading technology companies in patent litigation at both the district court and appellate level.