A graduate of American University and Stanford Law School, Greg has always focused on the First Amendment and constitutional law, and he has testified before both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives about free speech issues on America’s college campuses.
Greg is a blogger for The Huffington Post and Ricochet.com, and his articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, TIME, and numerous other publications. He is a frequent guest on national television shows and local and nationally syndicated radio programs, including NPR’s Morning Edition, CBS Evening News, NBC’s Today Show, CNN’s New Day, Fox’s Special Report and The Kelly File, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, and MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes.
In 2008, Greg became the first-ever recipient of the Playboy Foundation’s Freedom of Expression Award, and in 2010 he received Ford Hall Forum’s Louis P. and Evelyn Smith First Amendment Award on behalf of FIRE. Greg was also an executive producer of Can We Take a Joke?, a feature-length documentary that explores the collision between comedy, censorship, and outrage culture, both on and off campus.
Before joining FIRE, Greg practiced law in Northern California; interned at the ACLU of Northern California and the Organization for Aid to Refugees in Prague, Czech Republic; and was the development manager of the EnvironMentors Project in Washington, D.C. He is a proud member of the board of advisors of Philadelphia’s Theatre Exile, and in his free time, he runs the Genetic Music Project, an open source genetic art project combining music and science.