After graduating from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. in 2007, Todd started working as an associate at a small firm in the Dupont Circle locality of the nation’s capital. He focused on toxic tort litigation, medical malpractice, lead paint poisoning, and other civil torts. While Todd was in law school, he worked at the Professional Responsibility Advisory Office and the Alexandria Public Defender’s Office. Todd then joined the department of complex commercial litigation at a large law firm in downtown DC, just a few blocks from the White House. He started assisting on a variety of cases including trade embargo violations overseas and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, disability abuses, airport ownership, infringement of military patents and issues regarding food safety and import.