Jeff, a Michigan Native, graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 2007 and from the Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in 2012. After concentrating in litigation and intellectual property in law school, Jeff returned home to the suburbs of Detroit to become an assistant prosecutor for Oakland County, where he spent more than seven years as a trial attorney in its misdemeanor and felony divisions. A recent Philadelphia transplant, Jeff is very excited to be advocating for the free exchange of ideas from the city of our nation’s founding.
- Analysis: Why FIRE is suing a Pennsylvania county for banning political speech in a public park,
- Yes, you can collect ballot signatures in a public park (and honestly, you shouldn’t even have needed to ask),
- Federal appeals court declines to impose grade school standards on college students in First Amendment win over the University of Central Florida,
- One size doesn’t fit all: FIRE files amicus brief to challenge expansive grants of qualified immunity to university officials,
- Stopping the speech police: FIRE files amicus brief in challenge to Virginia Tech’s bias policy and other speech codes,
- In early test of Mahanoy, FIRE files amicus brief defending high-schooler’s off-campus Snapchat joke,
- Pentagon resists Congressional pressure to remove Air Force Academy professor for teaching critical race theory ,
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