Harris focuses his practice on providing general counsel and transactional support to key esports organizations, talent, and institutions. Harris has worked directly with game developers and league operators to negotiate for fairer revenue sharing and governance agreements on behalf of ESG's clients, and has also played an important role in working on some of the industry's largest sponsorship deals, player contracts and player transfers.

Prior to joining ESG, Harris worked as the Chief of Operations and Association General Counsel for H2K where he helped broker one of the largest acquisitions of a European based team. Harris helped lead H2K to a semifinal appearance in the 2016 League of Legends World Championship in front of his hometown crowd at Madison Square Garden. Harris also served as an associate at Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein and Breitstone LLP, and operated a solo practitioner focuses on the esports industry, representing teams, players, and other important stakeholders from throughout the industry. Harris is the first attorney to file an ultimately successful EB-1A visa application on behalf of an esports player.

In his career, Harris has contributed to notable publications, including ESPN and the Daily Dot, where he has written about important topics such as governance and esports economics. Harris has led marketing efforts that have garnered international attention and appeared in notable publications like ESPN, Yahoo News, The Score, and other major news providers, and has spoken at conference throughout the country.