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WHO WE ARE

Our Team

New Civil Liberties Alliance believes it is time for a broad
reestablishment of basic constitutional freedoms.

Meet our team dedicated to this work:

Our Advisors

NCLA’s Board of Advisors consists of legal, policy, academic and media luminaries from a broad spectrum of professional backgrounds. This 30-member bipartisan committee of retired federal judges, former public officials, attorneys, law professors, and communicators shares a deep commitment to advancing civil liberties for all people. They enhance the mission of NCLA by providing ongoing advice and counsel both collectively and individually to our staff and leadership regarding how best to protect constitutional freedoms from the Administrative State’s depredations.

Hon. Janice Rogers Brown
Chairman of the Board

Retired judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit
and former Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court

Hon. Janice Rogers Brown
Retired judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit
and former Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court

Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (retired)

Judge Brown was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in June 2005. She earned her J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law and received a Master of Laws from the University of Virginia School of Law.

Brown served as a deputy in the Office of Legislative Counsel for the State of California, as a deputy attorney general in the California Attorney General’s Office, and as Deputy Secretary and General Counsel for California’s Business, Transportation and Housing Agency. After a short stint in private practice as a senior associate at the Sacramento law firm of Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Mueller & Naylor, Judge Brown returned to government service in 1991 as the Legal Affairs Secretary to California Governor Pete Wilson. From 1994 to 1996, she served as an associate justice of the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, and from 1996 to 2005, as an associate justice of the California Supreme Court.

Brown retired from the D.C. Circuit in 2017.

Randy Barnett

Professor of Law
Georgetown Law School

Randy Barnett
Professor of Law

Randy E. Barnett is the Patrick Hotung Professor of Constitutional Law at the Georgetown University Law Center and is the Faculty Director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution. After graduating from Northwestern University and Harvard Law School, he tried many felony cases as a prosecutor in the Cook County States’ Attorney’s Office in Chicago. Professor Barnett is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in Constitutional Studies and the Bradley Prize. Professor Barnett’s publications includes twelve books, more than one hundred articles and reviews, as well as numerous op-eds. In 2004, he argued the medical marijuana case of Gonzalez v. Raich before the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2012, he was one of the lawyers representing the National Federation of Independent Business in its constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act in NFIB v. Sebelius.
Peter Berkowitz

Tad and Dianne Taube Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Stanford University

Peter Berkowitz
Tad and Dianne Taube Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution

Peter Berkowitz is the Tad and Dianne Taube Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. In 2019-2021, he served as the Director of the State Department’s Policy Planning Staff, executive secretary of the department's Commission on Unalienable Rights, and senior adviser to the Secretary of State. He is a 2017 winner of the Bradley Prize. At Hoover, Mr. Berkowitz is a member of the Military History/Contemporary Conflict Working Group. In addition, he serves as dean of studies for the Public Interest Fellowship, and teaches for the Tikvah Fund in the United States and in Israel.
Jennifer Braceras

Former Commissioner, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Jennifer Braceras
Former Commissioner, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Jennifer C. Braceras is the director of Independent Women’s Law Center. A former member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Ms. Braceras is an expert on Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and has taught courses on civil rights and constitutional law at both Boston College Law School and Suffolk University Law School. Ms. Braceras is a graduate of the Harvard Law School, where she served as an editor of the Law Review. After law school, she clerked for two federal judges and practiced labor and employment law with the Boston law firm Ropes & Gray. A long time political columnist and editor, Ms. Braceras’s writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the Hill, and National Review Online.
Hon. Susan G. Braden

Retired judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Hon. Susan G. Braden
Retired judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Judge Susan G. Braden was appointed in 2003, by President George W. Bush, to the United States Court of Federal Claims which has exclusive jurisdiction over cases against the federal government arising from: breach of contract/false claims; bid protest; patent and copyright infringement; land, water, and certain environmental disputes. On March 13, 2017, she was designated as Chief Judge. Since her retirement from the federal bench, Judge Braden recently was designated as one of ten U.S. Arbitrators to resolve disputes arising under the USMCA (United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement) Treaty and has joined the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University as an Adjunct Professor in the Center For Intellectual Property Protection.
Mike Carvin

Retired Partner
Jones Day

Mike Carvin
Retired Partner

In his 35 years at the Justice Department and in private practice, Mike Carvin is one of the leading appellate and trial lawyers challenging state and federal regulations on constitutional and statutory grounds, with 10 Supreme Court arguments and numerous high-profile victories. In addition to his numerous cases in the United States Supreme Court, he has argued in virtually every federal appeals court. His major cases include the recent constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act and the decisions invalidating Sarbanes-Oxley’s accounting board, preventing the Justice Department from obtaining monetary relief against the tobacco industry under RICO, overturning the federal government’s plan to statistically adjust the census, limiting the Justice Department’s ability to create “majority-minority” districts, and upholding Proposition 209’s ban on racial preferences in California.

Chuck Cooper

Partner
Cooper & Kirk

Chuck Cooper
Partner

Charles J. Cooper is a founding member and the chairman of Cooper & Kirk, PLLC. With over 40 years of legal experience in government service and private practice, he has argued nine cases before the United States Supreme Court and scores of appeals before each of the 13 federal courts of appeals and several state supreme courts. He has been lead trial counsel in numerous complex, weeks-long trials in federal courts throughout the country. Mr. Cooper has represented a wide range of public and private clients in highly complex constitutional, civil rights, antitrust, healthcare, banking, intellectual property, elections, campaign finance, administrative, commercial, and government contract cases. He has led trial teams in cases that have won judgments and settlements valued in the billions of dollars and that have established ground-breaking constitutional precedents.
Robin Conrad

Law Office of Robin S. Conrad

Robin Conrad
Law Office of Robin S. Conrad

Robin Conrad, Law Office of Robin S. Conrad
Don Elliott

Senior Of Counsel at Covington and Visiting Professor
Yale Law School

Don Elliott
Senior Of Counsel at Covington and Visiting Professor

E. Donald Elliott has been a professor at Yale Law School since 1981, and now teaches part time as Distinguished Adjunct Faculty at the Antonin Scalia Law School. Professor Elliott has advised six presidential campaigns and teaches and writes in fields as diverse as administrative and constitutional law, civil procedure and energy and environment. He is the author or co-author of over 70 articles and seven books and writes regularly on popular legal topics for The American Spectator. Professor Elliott also has practical experience as the head of the environmental and product stewardship practice groups at four large international law firms, including Covington & Burling LLP. He was appointed by President George Herbert Walker Bush, and unanimously confirmed by the Senate, to serve as assistant administrator and general counsel of the EPA, 1989-1991. He was a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell, and D.C. Circuit Chief Judge David L. Bazelon.
Dan Gallagher

Former Commissioner
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission

Dan Gallagher
Former Commissioner

Daniel Gallagher advises corporate boards and management on the full range of legal and strategic issues they face, and counsels financial services and accounting firms in investigations, regulatory proceedings and policy matters. Mr. Gallagher brings to his practice an unparalleled breadth of experience from having served not only in senior positions at the Securities and Exchange Commission but also as the chief legal officer of a global, S&P 500 corporation and general counsel of a broker-dealer. Mr. Gallagher previously served as the chief legal officer at Mylan N.V., a leading global pharmaceutical company; as the president of a financial services consulting firm; and as an SEC Commissioner. As an SEC Commissioner, Mr. Gallagher championed corporate governance reform, advocated for a comprehensive holistic review of equity market structural issues, and encouraged greatly improving the commission’s fixed income market expertise.
Adam Gustafson

Senior Counsel
Boeing

Adam Gustafson
Senior Counsel

Adam Gustafson is a Senior Counsel for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs at Boeing. Prior to joining Boeing, he served as Deputy General Counsel at the Environmental Protection Agency. Prior to that, Mr. Gustafson was a partner at Boyden Gray & Associates, where he represented States, federal judges, environmental groups, biofuel producers, agricultural interests, and public policy organizations, on such issues as the constitutional separation of powers, the First Amendment, automotive regulations, environmental computer models, healthcare regulation, and judicial deference to federal agencies.
Greg Jacob

Partner
O’Melveny & Myers

Greg Jacob
Partner

Gregory Jacob is a partner in O’Melveny’s Washington, D.C. office. Greg Jacob represents financial services companies including banks, investment managers, health care payors, and insurers, as well as other employers, in class action and other litigation concerning ERISA and other labor and employment matters. A former Solicitor of Labor, Greg has extensive knowledge on a wide variety of labor and employment issues including ERISA, FLSA, OFCCP, and whistleblower law. He regularly litigates in federal courts throughout the country, defends clients against Department of Labor investigations, and provides counseling to plans and plan sponsors. Mr. Jacob serve as Counsel to Vice President Pence and Deputy Assistant to the President. He advised the White House Coronavirus Task Force concerning the Defense Production Act and other legal issues related to bolstering the domestic supply chain, and following the 2020 election, directly advised the Vice President on the scope of his constitutionally prescribed duty to preside over the counting of Electoral College votes. Previously Mr. Jacob served in several high-profile positions of increasing responsibility in the administration of President George W. Bush, including at the White House, Department of Justice, and Department of Labor.
Erika Jones

Partner
Mayer Brown

Erika Jones
Partner

Erika Jones is a respected advisor and litigator whose practice is particularly focused on regulatory matters involving motor vehicle safety and consumer product safety, and related litigation. Erika joined Mayer Brown in 1989. Previously, she worked with the federal government in various high-level capacities. Before joining Mayer Brown, she was the NHTSA Chief Counsel between 1985 and 1989. From 1981 to 1985, she was Special Counsel to the Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, US Department of Transportation. Erika was also an attorney and Regulatory Policy Analyst for the Office of Management and Budget (1980–1981) and a staff member for the Federal Communications Commission (1976–1980).
Joshua Kleinfeld

Professor
Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law

Joshua Kleinfeld
Professor

Joshua Kleinfeld teaches and writes about political, legal, and moral philosophy, criminal law, and criminal procedure. He also practices law in Northwestern's Juvenile Criminal Defense Clinic. He is a full professor with tenure at the Northwestern Pritzker School of the Law and (by courtesy) in Northwestern’s philosophy department. In 2017-18, he was a visiting professor at Harvard and Stanford Law Schools. He is the recipient of the Bator Award, given annually to one American law professor under the age of 40 who has demonstrated "excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who has made a significant public impact.
Gary Lawson

Professor
Boston University School of Law

Gary Lawson
Professor

Gary Lawson is the Philip S. Beck Professor at Boston University School of Law. He has authored or co-authored five books on constitutional history, constitutional theory, and jurisprudence; nine editions of an Administrative Law casebook; a Constitutional Law casebook; and more than one hundred scholarly articles. He is a founding member, and serves on the Board of Directors, of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies and is an Associate Editor for the Heritage Guide to The Constitution. Professor Lawson twice clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia, first at the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and then at the United States Supreme Court. In between clerkships, he was an Attorney-Adviser in the Office of Legal Counsel.
Julia Mahoney

Professor
The University of Virginia School of Law

Julia Mahoney
Professor

Julia D. Mahoney is the John S. Battle Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law. Professor Mahoney teaches courses in property, government finance, constitutional law and nonprofit organizations. A graduate of Yale Law School, she joined the University of Virginia faculty as an associate professor in 1999. She has also taught at the University of Southern California Law School and the University of Chicago Law School, and before entering the legal academy, practiced law at the New York firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Her scholarly articles include works on land preservation, eminent domain, health care reform and property rights in human biological materials.
Jonathan Mitchell

Mitchell Law PLLC

Jonathan Mitchell
Mitchell Law PLLC

Jonathan F. Mitchell is Principal at Mitchell Law PLLC. In 2010, Mr. Mitchell was appointed Solicitor General of Texas, a position he held until January 2015. After leaving the Texas Solicitor General’s office, Mr. Mitchell served as the Searle Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law before joining the Hoover Institution as a Visiting Fellow from 2015 to 2016. Mr. Mitchell also served as a Visiting Professor of Law at Stanford Law School before opening his own law firm in 2018. Mr. Mitchell clerked for Judge J. Michael Luttig of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and for Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States. He then served as an Attorney-Adviser in the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice from 2003 through 2006. Mr. Mitchell has argued five times before the Supreme Court of the United States, and more than 20 times in the federal courts of appeals. He has also argued before Supreme Court of Texas and in numerous trial courts. Mr. Mitchell has authored the principal merits brief in eight Supreme Court cases, and has written and submitted more than 20 amicus curiae briefs in the Supreme Court.
Elizabeth Papez

Partner
Gibson Dunn

Elizabeth Papez
Partner

Elizabeth Papez is a former Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice and partner in Gibson, Dunn’s litigation, appellate, and regulatory groups. Most recently in 2022, Ms. Papez has been named to Benchmark’s  “Top 250 Women” list where selection is based on “individual litigators’ professional activities as well as client feedback surveys.”  Ms. Papez has particular expertise litigating high-stakes complex commercial and class actions, appeals, and parallel government enforcement matters involving securities, antitrust, and consumer deception claims primarily in the financial services,  healthcare, and technology sectors.  She has successfully led both the defense and prosecution of several high-exposure matters, and has extensive experience working with economic experts and business personnel to craft powerful legal and factual narratives that resonate with courts and regulators.
Roger Pilon

B. Kenneth Simon Chair in Constitutional Studies
Cato Institute

Roger Pilon
B. Kenneth Simon Chair in Constitutional Studies

Roger Pilon is a senior fellow in the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies, which he founded in 1989 and directed until 2019; the inaugural holder emeritus of Cato’s B. Kenneth Simon Chair in Constitutional Studies, Cato’s first endowed chair, established in 1998; and the publisher emeritus of the Cato Supreme Court Review, which he founded in 2001. He served also as Cato’s vice president for legal affairs, which he was named in 1999.

Prior to joining Cato, Pilon held five senior posts in the Reagan administration, including at the Office of Personnel Management, the Department of State, and the Department of Justice, and was a national fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. In 1989, the Bicentennial Commission presented him with its Benjamin Franklin Award for excellence in writing on the U.S. Constitution.

Joseph Postell

Associate Professor of Politics
Hillsdale College

Joseph Postell
Associate Professor of Politics

Joseph Postell is associate professor of politics at Hillsdale College and a visiting fellow in the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at The Heritage Foundation. He is the author of the book “Bureaucracy in America: The Administrative State’s Challenge to Constitutional Government.”
Glenn Reynolds

Professor of Law
The University of Tennessee College of Law

Glenn Reynolds
Professor of Law

Glenn Reynolds is the Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law. His special interests are law and technology and constitutional law issues and his work has appeared in a wide variety of publications including the Columbia Law Review, the Virginia Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Wisconsin Law Review, the William and Mary Law Review, the Southern California Law Review, the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Law and Policy in International Business, Jurimetrics, the Journal of Space Law, and the High Technology Law Journal. Professor Reynolds has also written in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Atlantic, the Washington Times, the Los Angeles Times, Road & Track, Urb and the Wall Street Journal as well as other popular publications. His most recent books are The Social Media Upheaval, The Judiciary’s Class War and The New School: How the Information Age Will Save American Education from Itself.
Brian Richman

Associate
Gibson Dunn

Brian Richman
Associate

Brian A. Richman is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He practices in the firm’s Litigation Department, and is a member of the Appellate and Constitutional Law and Administrative Law and Regulatory practice groups. Mr. Richman represents clients in high-stakes appellate, administrative law, and litigation matters. Before joining the firm, Mr. Richman clerked for Judge Stephen F. Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He also practiced at a New York law firm, where he focused on commercial litigation and white collar defense and investigations. Mr. Richman is a former securities compliance officer at Goldman Sachs, and has handled numerous regulatory matters involving the SEC, CFTC, FERC, FINRA, and the Federal Reserve.
David Schoenbrod

Professor of Law
The New York Law School

David Schoenbrod
Professor of Law

David Schoenbrod is a Trustee Professor of Law at New York Law School. From 1972-79, Professor Schoenbrod served as one of the leaders of the Natural Resources Defense Council, where he campaigned to reduce lead in gasoline, resurrect the then-decrepit New York City subway, and protect the environment of Puerto Rico. Previously, he was Director of Program Development at the community development project that Senator Robert Kennedy established in Bedford Stuyvesant. He has also been a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the American Enterprise Institute.
Dan Troy

Former General Counsel
GSK

Dan Troy
Former General Counsel

Dan Troy is the Chief Business Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and General Counsel of Valo in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to joining Valo, he served as the Senior Vice President & General Counsel of GlaxoSmithKline and was member of its Corporate Executive Team. Dan joined GSK in September 2008 and was responsible for leading the company’s legal department in protecting GSK’s intellectual property; managing litigation; supporting business development transactions; and business compliance and risk management. Prior to joining GSK, he was a Partner at the Washington law firm Sidley Austin LLP, where he principally represented pharmaceutical companies and trade associations on matters related to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and government regulations. Dan was formerly Chief Counsel for the FDA, where he served as a primary liaison to the White House and the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Eugene Volokh

Professor of Law
UCLA Law School

Eugene Volokh
Professor of Law

Eugene Volokh is the Gary T. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. Professor Volokh teaches First Amendment law and a First Amendment amicus brief clinic at UCLA School of Law, where he has also often taught copyright law, criminal law, tort law, and a seminar on firearms regulation policy. Before coming to UCLA, he clerked for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the U.S. Supreme Court and for Judge Alex Kozinski on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Volokh is the author of the textbooks The First Amendment and Related Statutes (6th ed. 2016), and Academic Legal Writing (5th ed. 2013), as well as over 90 law review articles. He is a member of The American Law Institute, a member of the American Heritage Dictionary Usage Panel, and the founder and coauthor of The Volokh Conspiracy, a leading legal blog. His law review articles have been cited by opinions in eight Supreme Court cases and several hundred court opinions in total, as well as several thousand scholarly articles.
Peter Wallison

Arthur F. Burns Fellow, Financial Policy Studies
AEI

Peter Wallison
Arthur F. Burns Fellow, Financial Policy Studies

Peter J. Wallison holds the Arthur F. Burns Chair in Financial Policy Studies and is co-director of AEI’s program on Financial Policy Studies. Prior to joining AEI, he practiced banking, corporate and financial law at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Washington, D.C., and New York. Mr. Wallison has held a number of government positions. From June 1981 to January 1985, he was General Counsel of the United States Treasury Department, where he had a significant role in the development of the Reagan Administration's proposals for deregulation in the financial services industry. During 1986 and 1987, Mr. Wallison was White House counsel to President Ronald Reagan, and between 1972 and 1976, he served first as Special Assistant to New York's Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and, subsequently, as counsel to Mr. Rockefeller as vice president of the United States.
Rebecca Wood

Partner
Sidley

Rebecca Wood
Partner

Rebecca Wood is co-leader of the firm’s Food, Drug and Medical Device practice, serves on Sidley’s Global Life Sciences Leadership Council, and leads Sidley’s Washington, D.C. Healthcare and FDA group. Ms. Wood previously served as Chief Counsel (general counsel role) to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under former Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. At FDA, she worked on virtually every significant initiative addressed by the Commissioner and agency leadership. She was the principal legal advisor on major initiatives including efforts to streamline the drug and device development approval process, modernize the agency’s regulatory framework, combat addiction to opioids and nicotine, enhance the product safety and labeling of food and medical products, and address drug pricing. She also focused on First Amendment and preemption issues.

Our Leadership

NCLA files original lawsuits and amicus curiae briefs asking judges in state and federal courts to overturn unlawful and unconstitutional actions by federal agencies that violate people’s civil liberties.
Zhonette Brown General Counsel and Senior Litigation Counsel

Zhonette brings a quarter-century of litigation experience to NCLA. After a federal clerkship, she spent many years litigating at large law firms in Washington, D.C., and Denver, Colorado, before beginning public interest litigation in 2018. 

Zhonette has litigated in state, federal, and international venues and in matters ranging from pro bono custody issues to multi-district and class action cases for Fortune 100 companies. Zhonette spent the first part of her career focused on high-stakes complex commercial litigation and white-collar defense. Since changing her legal practice to taming the Administrative State, Zhonette has focused on the Administrative Procedure Act, natural resources, takings issues and other constitutional claims. 

Zhonette is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, the State of Colorado, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and various federal courts.

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Mark Chenoweth President and Chief Legal Officer

NCLA’s President and Chief Legal Officer, Mark Chenoweth, has observed the administrative state up close and personal from perches in all four branches of the federal government. Mark served as the first chief of staff to Congressman Mike Pompeo, as legal counsel to Commissioner Anne Northup at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, as an attorney advisor in the Office of Legal Policy at the U.S. Department of Justice, and as a law clerk to the Hon. Danny J. Boggs on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Mark has worked in several different roles in the private sector as well. He began his legal career in D.C. as a regulatory associate at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering. He then returned to his home state of Kansas to serve as in-house counsel for Koch Industries. Most recently he spent over four years as general counsel of the Washington Legal Foundation.

Mark is a graduate of Yale College and the University of Chicago Law School, where he co-founded the Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship and became a Tony Patiño Fellow. Mark has been widely quoted and/or published in newspapers and websites including the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, New Hampshire Union Leader, and Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. He has also had recurring op-eds in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and at Forbes.com.

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Margot Cleveland Of Counsel

Margot joins the NCLA’s mission to safeguard the U.S. Constitution from the Administrative State’s overreach from a diverse professional background. After graduating from the Notre Dame Law School, where she earned the Hoynes Prize—the law school’s highest honor—Margot practiced law in a large Chicago law firm in the commercial litigation department. She later served for nearly 25 years as a permanent law clerk for a federal appellate judge on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, obtaining a broad expertise in federal constitutional, statutory, and regulatory law.

Margot is also a former full-time faculty member of the University of Notre Dame, where she taught law to undergraduate and graduate students for more than a decade, being honored in 1998 with the University-wide Frank O’Malley Undergraduate Teaching Award for her outstanding impact on undergraduate education and her exceptional service to students.

After retiring from the U.S. Courts, Margot launched a new career as an investigative journalist and legal analyst. She currently serves as the Senior Legal Correspondent to The Federalist. Margot’s work has also been published in The Wall Street Journal, The American Spectator, the New Criterion (forthcoming), National Review Online, Townhall.com, the Daily Signal, USA Today, and the Detroit Free Press. She also appears regularly as a guest on nationally syndicated radio programs and on FoxNews, Fox Business, and Newsmax.

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Mary Beth Cremer Event Coordinator

Mary Beth brings over 15 years of event planning experience to NCLA. She has organized and spearheaded events for several Washington, D.C.-based organizations, including AdvaMed and Mercer. Before joining NCLA, she served as an Instructional Assistant for an elementary school in Alexandria, VA.

Mary Beth graduated from American International College in Springfield, MA., with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She is very active in her community and volunteers on various Boards. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.

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Thomas Curro Paralegal

Thomas Curro is a Paralegal at the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Thomas interned at the U.S. House of Representatives, the American Legislative Exchange Council, and the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. He graduated from Hillsdale College with a B.A. in Politics. In his free time, Thomas enjoys going to the gym, playing pick-up sports, cheering on the New York Yankees, and traveling.

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Greg Dolin Senior Litigation Counsel

Greg Dolin is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where his scholarship focuses on the intersection of patent, administrative, and constitutional law. In addition to a number of articles, Greg has authored multiple amicus briefs in various courts of appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. He also routinely represented indigent defendants before the Fourth Circuit.

Greg received his bachelor’s degree with honors from The Johns Hopkins University and his J.D. cum laude from Georgetown University.  He also holds an M.D. with Recognition in Humanities from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and an M.A. in Philosophy and Social Policy from George Washington University.  Greg previously taught at Northwestern University and George Washington University.

Prior to coming to NCLA, Greg spent two years as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Palau where he authored multiple opinions on property, contract, criminal, and constitutional law.

Greg began his legal career by working at Kramer Levin Naftalis and Frankel, LLP, followed by clerkships for the late Hon. H. Emory Widener, Jr., of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Hon. Pauline Newman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Greg is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, New York, and Maryland, as well as to the bars of multiple federal appellate and trial courts, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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Philip Hamburger Chief Executive Officer

Philip Hamburger is a scholar of constitutional law and its history at Columbia Law School. He received his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and his J.D. from Yale Law School. Before coming to Columbia, he was the John P. Wilson Professor at the University of Chicago Law School. He also taught at George Washington University Law School, Northwestern Law School, University of Virginia Law School, and the University of Connecticut Law School. Professor Hamburger’s contributions are unrivaled by any U.S. legal scholar in driving the national conversations on the First Amendment and the separation of church and state and on administrative power. His work on administrative power has been celebrated by organizations like the Manhattan Institute and the Bradley Foundation, among others.

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Clegg Ivey Director of Engagement

NCLA’s Director of Engagement, Clegg Ivey, began his career as a software developer when he sold his first piece of code at the age of 15. Later, as a tech attorney, he represented clients like Google, Apple, Netscape, and Sun. Clegg then became a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur, raising millions in venture capital for a series of startups he co-founded that were eventually acquired by firms like Cisco, Actel, and others. Most recently, he spent years building a local retail empire in Savannah that the COVID lockdown forced him to close.

Clegg has been fighting against the encroachment of the administrative state for three decades. As a tech lawyer in the ‘90s, he worked to keep the fledgling Internet free of government regulation. In the ‘00s he defended his own startups – against the FDA when it came after his energy drink company and against the FTC when it threatened his telephony and computer monitoring startups. During the ‘10s Clegg fought the good fight against countless state and local bureaucrats and regulatory agencies that made life difficult for his retail businesses.

Clegg is a graduate of Tulane University and the University of Chicago Law School. He also clerked for the Hon. Alice M. Batchelder on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He taught classes on technology and public policy as an adjunct at Tulane University and classes on entrepreneurship as a visiting professor at Zhejiang University.

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Gabe Katz Engagement Associate

Gabe is an Engagement Associate for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Gabe worked at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty as a Research & Analytics Fellow and at Raytheon Technologies as an associate in Raytheon’s Digital Leadership Development Program. Gabe graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In his free time, Gabe enjoys staying active, traveling, and following the Celtics, Chiefs, and his fantasy football teams.

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Daniel Kelly Senior Litigation Counsel

Justice Daniel Kelly was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2016 by Gov. Scott Walker to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Justice David T. Prosser, Jr.  He served in that capacity until August, 2020.

A native of Santa Barbara, California, Justice Kelly grew up in Arvada, Colorado. He came to Waukesha, Wisconsin to study at Carroll College (now Carroll University), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish in 1986. He earned his law degree from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 1991.

Before joining the Supreme Court, he spent most of his career at one of the largest and oldest law firms in the State of Wisconsin, where he represented clients in courts across the country, including the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Early in his legal career, Justice Kelly was a law clerk and then staff attorney for the Office of Special Masters of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, from 1992 to 1996. He worked as a law clerk for the late Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge Ralph Adam Fine from 1991 to 1992.

Justice Kelly has recently served as Senior Fellow in Constitutional Governance at the Institute for Reforming Government, where he authored “The Legislator’s Guide to Legislative Oversight,” a ground-breaking work that introduced a methodology for conducting oversight investigations and hearings that will lead to real-world results.

Justice Kelly is a member of the board of advisors and past president of the Milwaukee Lawyer’s Chapter of the Federalist Society. He is married and has five children. He lives in North Prairie, Wisconsin, where he enjoys intriguing books, the comfortably warm fellowship of good friends and interesting people, all things equestrian, and – above all – his family.

* Not Licensed in D.C./Federal Court Practice Only

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Sheng Li Litigation Counsel

Sheng Li is Litigation Counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Sheng served as Counselor to the Administrator of Wage and Hour at the U.S. Department of Labor. In that role, he led numerous efforts to remove or simplify unduly burdensome regulations. He has also worked in the private sector as a litigation associate at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler and at Kirkland & Ellis.

Sheng is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Yale Law School, where he was managing editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. After graduating law school, Sheng served as law clerk to the Hon. Danny J. Boggs on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Sheng enjoys biking, playing ultimate frisbee, and spending time with his wife and two cats.

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Margaret A. Little Senior Litigation Counsel

Peggy Little, Senior Counsel, comes to NCLA with over three decades of experience as a trial and appellate litigator in complex, high-stakes regulatory, mass-tort, class-action, products liability, securities, commercial and civil rights litigation representing individuals and high-profile litigants including Fortune 50 companies, financial institutions, public companies, and universities in state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court.

Peggy is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School, where she was awarded the Potter Stewart Prize. She was a law clerk to the Hon. Ralph K. Winter on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Prior to starting her own trial and appellate law firm in 1997, where she was appellate consulting counsel to the New Haven firefighters in Ricci v.DeStefano, a landmark 2009 United States Supreme Court decision, Peggy was a partner at Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn in New Haven, Connecticut. From 2004 to early 2018, Peggy directed, part-time, the Federalist Society Pro Bono Center.

Peggy has participated in many national conferences and symposia addressing issues of current importance in constitutional law – specifically state and federal constitutional questions regarding the separation of powers and the first amendment – and regularly speaks, blogs and publishes on the topic of the unconstitutional exercise of governmental power. In May of 2017, she presented her paper, Pirates at the Parchment Gates, to a conference of state and federal judges at the Law and Economics Center at the Antonin Scalia Law School. Her work has been published by law reviews, legal publications, the Federalist Society, the Wall Street Journal, Law and Liberty and the Manhattan Institute.

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Joe Martyak Director of Operations

Joseph Martyak is Director of Operations for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Joe has extensive management experience in several government, private sector, and non-profit positions: vice president of communications for the Hawaii Community Foundation; chief of staff for Acting Chairman Nancy Nord and communications director for both Acting Chairmen Ann Marie Buerkle and Robert Adler at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission; associate administrator for public affairs for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; deputy undersecretary for the U.S. Department of the Interior; Washington general manager for Golin/Harris International; executive vice president of marketing, communications and public policy for the American Legacy Foundation; and vice president of corporate affairs for Rhône-Poulenc Inc and ICI Americas.

Joe holds a B.A. in English and French from Georgetown College of Arts and Sciences, and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.

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Ruslan Moldovanov Deputy Director of Communications and Marketing

Ruslan Moldovanov is Deputy Director of Communications and Marketing for New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Ruslan worked at the Cato Institute as an intern at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, after which he completed the Koch Internship Program. He is a graduate of the Southern Federal University, where he studied Economics and currently finishing his master’s program in European studies at the Jagiellonian University.

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Andrew Morris Senior Litigation Counsel

Andrew Morris is a Senior Litigation Counsel. Before he joined NCLA, Andy was a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. He has decades of experience litigating complex trial and appellate cases, including a wide range of matters involving securities, administrative, and constitutional law. He has defended many businesses and individuals in matters brought by financial regulators. Andy also served as an Associate Independent Counsel, investigating and prosecuting financial crimes. Andy is Chambers-ranked in securities litigation and has received various recognition in appellate litigation. He has written on a wide range of legal topics for law reviews and other publications. 

Andy earned law degrees from University of Virginia Law School (Order of the Coif) and Oxford University (with honors). He clerked for Judge Max Rosenn on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. 

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Casey Norman Litigation Counsel

Casey Norman is Litigation Counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Casey worked in the private sector as a financial restructuring and bankruptcy associate at Dechert LLP.

Casey graduated cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2019, where she was the executive editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law and the associate director of the ADR negotiation team. Casey graduated with honors from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in French and Russian language and literature. Prior to law school, Casey spent one year teaching English in Poitiers, France. Casey also spent six months in Moscow, Russia, where she studied Russian and interned at the PIR Center, an NGO specializing in global security issues, nuclear non-proliferation, and international cybersecurity.

Casey is admitted to practice in New York, the District of Columbia, and Ohio, as well as many federal district courts.

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Lia Palazzo Digital Media Strategist

Lia is a Digital Media Strategist for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Lia worked at the U.S. Department of Energy as well as serving on Capitol Hill in both the House and Senate. Lia is a graduate of Texas Christian University and earned her master’s degree in Public Relations and Corporate Communications at Georgetown University. In her spare time, Lia enjoys indoor cycling, reading, and cooking. 

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Holly Pitt Young Director of Development

Holly is the Director of Development for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. She brings 20 years of experience creating fundraising and communication programs for over 150 non-profits, corporations, associations, and political campaigns. Holly’s experience ranges from opening a fundraising consulting business in 2010, to serving as Associate Managing Partner for J.C. Watts Companies, to creating fundraising solutions for clients as Senior Vice President at DDC Advocacy.

She moved to Washington, D.C. from North Carolina to begin her career as a Press Secretary on Capitol Hill. She earned her B.A. from Campbell University and attended graduate school at Regent University.

Holly is an experienced fundraiser and has provided interviews and background information for Bloomberg TV, Fox News, National Journal, Bloomberg News, Politico, Washington Post, Washington Times, Roll Call, and The Hill, as well as participated in various radio interviews. She has been a featured speaker for the Public Affairs Council, the National Apartment Association, the National Corn Growers Association, and the American Marketing Association.

She has also appeared in a fishing reality show on Animal Planet and a home show on the DIY Network. In her spare time, Holly is learning how to paint and enjoys spending time with her three children.

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Kara Rollins Litigation Counsel

Kara Rollins, Litigation Counsel, comes to NCLA with experience in vindicating client’s rights from agency overreach and holding the administrative state accountable through government transparency projects.Before joining NCLA, Kara was Counsel for Cause of Action Institute where she represented clients in various Federal Trade Commission enforcement actions. She also engaged in strategic research and oversight of Executive Branch agencies, focusing on administrative rulemaking and government oversight and compliance.Prior to joining the Cause of Action Institute in 2016, she clerked for the Hon. Karen M. Cassidy, A.J.S.C. in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Union Vicinage.Preceding her legal career, Kara served as the Political Programs Manager for the National Federation of Independent Business, where she worked with small business owners throughout the country and learned firsthand about the adverse impact the regulatory state has on individuals.

Kara graduated with honors from Rutgers College, Rutgers University with a B.A. in Political Science in 2007, and cum laude from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law in 2014. During law school, she was a member of The Catholic University Law Review and a Moot Court Associate for the Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.

Kara is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, New York, and New Jersey, as well as to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Her work has been published on The Hill.com.

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Russ Ryan Senior Litigation Counsel

Russ Ryan is a nationally recognized attorney and thought leader with particular interest in the regulatory and enforcement apparatus of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other quasi-governmental regulators overseen by the SEC, including the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the various securities industry self-regulatory organizations (SROs). He has decades of experience defending private citizens and businesses caught in the crosshairs of these and other financial regulators.

Russ joined NCLA from the law firm King & Spalding, where he was a partner for 15 years. He left the firm from 2015 to 2018 to serve as Senior Vice President and Deputy Chief of Enforcement at FINRA. Earlier in his career he served for two years as law clerk to a federal judge in the Eastern District of New York and for 10 years as a staff attorney and Assistant Director in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. He also taught for several semesters as an adjunct professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University.

Russ is a prolific speaker and writer on financial regulation and enforcement. He has spoken at dozens of professional conferences and published scores of commentaries and academic articles, including numerous op-eds in The Wall Street JournalThe Washington PostBloombergLaw360, and elsewhere. His regular column on LinkedIn is called “On SECond Thought: Unconventional Perspectives on Securities Enforcement.”

Russ earned his undergraduate degree from Boston College and his law degree from St. John’s University School of Law, where he was an executive editor of the law review.

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Trevor Schakohl Communications Specialist

Trevor Schakohl is the Communications Specialist for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Trevor worked as a Daily Caller News Foundation reporter covering crime and legal issues and a Daily Caller fact checker. He interned in Congress, at The Laura Ingraham Show and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation before graduating from The George Washington University with a B.A. in Political Communication. Trevor enjoys reading, biking and watching baseball.

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Kaitlyn Schiraldi Staff Attorney

Kaitlyn Schiraldi is Staff Attorney at the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Kaitlyn worked at Mountain States Legal Foundation where she litigated to defend citizens from the government’s unwieldy power, filed amicus briefs, drafted comments on agency regulations, and was a frequent webinar panelist.

Kaitlyn graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech University School of Law and holds an undergraduate degree, with honors, from The University of Texas at Austin.

Kaitlyn is licensed to practice law in Tennessee. She is one of four young leaders that head the Nashville Federalist Society’s Young Lawyers Committee—helping plan local events where the brightest legal minds come speak. She is also a member of the Steamboat Institute’s Emerging Leaders Council. In her downtime, you can find her spending time in the great outdoors with her husband and two dogs, or immersed in Nashville’s music scene.

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Garrett Snedeker Staff Attorney

Garrett Snedeker graduated as an evening J.D. student from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University in 2023, where he served on the George Mason Law Review as Articles Editor. He graduated from Amherst College with two bachelor’s degrees in History and English. He continues to work full-time, as he has for the past ten years, as Deputy Director of the James Wilson Institute on Natural Rights & the American Founding. Previously he worked as editor of the congressional research website LegiStorm. His writing has been featured in Newsweek, The Federalist, The American Mind, The American Conservative, Starting Points Journal, and the Online Library of Law & Liberty. Garrett is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.

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Micayla (Metzing) Stoecker Paralegal

Micayla is a Paralegal for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Micayla worked at Agile Legal as a Legal Assistant and Research Analyst. Additionally, she interned at Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. In 2018, she served as assistant to the campaign manager in a grassroots campaign for her local state senate. From 2014-2019, she helped organize multiple humanitarian aid trips to Guatemala to provide education and medical care to an impoverished community. Micayla graduated with a B.S. in Law and Policy and a B.S. in Communication from Liberty University, where she was an active member of its moot court team.

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Chris Stokes Paralegal

Chris is a Paralegal for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, he worked for the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government. He also interned with a congressional campaign in California’s 49th District. Chris graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in Political Science.

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John J. Vecchione Senior Litigation Counsel

Mr. Vecchione is a Senior Litigation Counsel for the non-profit New Civil Liberties Alliance representing clients against the Administrative State. He was previously President and CEO of the non-profit Cause of Action Institute, also advancing the constitutional order. He practiced at a number of D.C. area firms, including the eponymous John J. Vecchione Law, PLLC. Mr. Vecchione focuses his practice on strategic litigation in the federal district and appellate courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States. He is an experienced trial and appellate advocate having tried cases and argued appeals across the country. He is a member of the bars of the State of New York, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States and many federal courts. His cases are reported in scores of published opinions. He has also published pieces advancing the freedom agenda and constitutional order in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times and many other forums. . He lives in Virginia with his wife Rebecca, sons Tommy and Joe.​

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Jenin Younes Litigation Counsel

Jenin Younes is Litigation Counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Having always been a passionate advocate for individual liberties, Jenin spent the first part of her career as an appellate public defender, providing representation to indigent clients convicted of criminal offenses in New York City.  In this capacity, she briefed and argued countless appeals in New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department, and several cases in the New York State Court of Appeals.

After witnessing governments throughout the nation violate human rights and civil liberties in an ostensible effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Jenin became active in fighting against lockdowns and related policies. At NCLA, she has litigated against Covid-19 vaccine mandates, and played a significant role in First Amendment challenges to the government’s involvement in censorship on social media, including in Missouri v. Biden, a case initially brought by the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana in which NCLA represents two of the co-signers of the Great Barrington Declaration, Drs. Jay Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff.  She led NCLA’s successful effort to preliminary enjoin California’s law punishing doctors for disseminating so-called misinformation about Covid-19 to patients. Jenin also served as senior special counsel on the House Judiciary Committee’s Weaponization of Government Subcommittee’s investigation into the government’s role in censoring speech on social media.

Her writing on these subjects has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Tablet Magazine, and Bloomberg Law, among other outlets.

Jenin holds a B.A. from Cornell University and a J.D. from New York University School of Law.

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Clerks and Interns

NCLA provides real world experience. Whether you are in our clerkship program or interning for our Communications Department, you will have an opportunity to learn about the perils of the Administrative State and join this new civil rights movement to stop it. Our law clerks support our litigators with research, drafting legal documents and participating in litigation development. In addition, you will meet influencers in the legal field including judges and legal scholars. See what our clerks and interns have to say about their experience below.
Tiffany Pettus

Spring Intern

American University

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Randy Quarles

Summer Clerk

University of Chicago

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Leah Roddenberry

Summer Clerk

The Catholic University of America

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Eli Burstein

Summer Clerk

University of Michigan

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Andrew Ceonzo

Summer Clerk

George Mason University

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University of Florida

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Varun Mandgi

Summer Intern

Columbia University and Sciences Po Paris

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Jessica Moeller

Summer Clerk

University of Chicago

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Ben Ogilvie

Summer Clerk

University of Chicago

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Joseph Partain

Summer Clerk

University of Chicago

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Sanat Mehta

Summer Clerk

Stanford Law School

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Abigail Schwartz

Summer Clerk

George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School

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Baylor Law School

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Jonathan Nicastro

Spring Engagement Intern

Dartmouth College

Nathan Darmon

Summer Intern

Columbia University & Sciences Po Paris Dual Degree

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The George Washington University Law School

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Robert Fellner

Summer Clerk

George Mason University — Antonin Scalia Law School

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Jameson Payne

Summer Intern

Kent State University

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Nick Chesrown

Summer Clerk

Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

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Emily Johnson

Summer Clerk

Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law

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Max Alter

Summer Clerk

Cornell Law School

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David Ahnen

Summer Clerk

University of Virginia School of Law

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Lacey Frederick

Summer Clerk

William & Mary Law School

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Kyle Atwood

Summer Clerk

The George Washington University Law School

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Daniel Whalen

Summer Clerk

Columbia Law School

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Zoie Mestayer

Summer Clerk

George Washington

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Matthew Chisholm

Summer Intern | Engagement Intern

Clemson University

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Max Hyams

Summer Clerk

UCLA

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Stanford Law School

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Bradley Davis

Summer Clerk

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

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David Gonzalez

Spring Clerk

Stanford Law School

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Puyin Bai

Summer Clerk

Georgetown University Law Center

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Christian Clase

Summer Clerk

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

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Zachary Mullinax

Summer Clerk

Mercer University School of Law

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Samuel Renner

Summer Clerk

University of Chicago Law School

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Robert McLeod

Summer Clerk

University of Virginia

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Nathaniel Lawson

Summer Clerk

George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School

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Andreia Trifoi

Summer Clerk

George Washington

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Lauren Renslow

Summer Clerk

George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School

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Bradley Larson

Summer Clerk

Columbia Law School

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Bryan Poellot

Summer Clerk

Harvard Law School

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Jillian Stern

Summer Clerk

George Washington Law School

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Andrew Klee

Summer Clerk

Villanova School of Law

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Tabitha Kempf

Summer Clerk

Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law

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Tate Curington

Summer Clerk

Georgetown University Law Center

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Isaiah McKinney

Summer Clerk

Wake Forest University School of Law

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Andrew Lee

Summer Clerk

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

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Joshua Marin Mora

Summer Communications and Marketing Intern

Georgetown University

Chris Parker

Spring Clerk

Penn State Law

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Madeleine Case

Summer Clerk

Georgetown University Law Center

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Jay Schaefer

Summer Clerk

Harvard Law School

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Aaron Gordon

Summer Clerk

Yale Law School

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Jake Altik

Summer Clerk

University of Michigan

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Ethan Beck

Summer Clerk

University of Notre Dame Law School

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Gelane Diamond

Summer Clerk

George Mason University

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Haley Connor

Summer Clerk

GW Law

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