Stephen Benjamin Harrison is a lawyer and freelance writer based out of Dallas, Texas. Harrison specializes in writing about Wikipedia and has written for publications including The New York Times, Slate, and The Outline. He is also currently a Corporate Counsel at Thompson Reuters specializing in technology transactions.    
Early Life & Education
Stephen Harrison grew up in Dallas, Texas and attended the Lutheran High School of Dallas. In 2008, he graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and English. Harrison graduated from the Washington University School of Law with a Doctor of law in 2013.   
Harrison specializes in writing articles about Wikipedia. He has written about Wikipedia supercontributors, how celebrity deaths are covered, the Wikipedia page about St. Patrick's Day, and the Wikipedia page about Curling. Harrison also writes about the legal industry. He has written about a conversation he had with Justice Scalia, unemployment in law, and the Top-Law-Schools forum. Harrison was later interviewed on CNN by Brooke Baldwin about Scalia's thought on Jeb Bush. Harrison also has written about topics in technology including Artificial Intelligence and eSports.