I’m a constitutional lawyer with Pacific Legal Foundation, but this is my personal blog. Everything I say in this blog are my own views, and do not represent the views of PLF or anyone else. You can also find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, or email me.

In the past few years, I’ve represented clients free-of-charge in important First Amendment cases in courts across the United States. For example, I am currently representing Minnesota voters in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a First Amendment case that the Supreme Court hear on February 28. We’re asking the Supreme Court to invalidate a Minnesota law that prevents voters from wearing shirts that feature the logo of the Tea Party, AFL-CIO, Chamber of Commerce, NAACP, or countless other groups that the government deems to have “recognizable political views.” I drafted the successful cert petition in the case and will second chair the argument in February. 

In addition to the First Amendment, I’ve defended liberty in numerous cases involving property rights, equal protection, economic liberty, and so on. I’ve also discussed these cases in a law review article, op-eds, speeches, radio interviews.