Harvard Law School


Faculty Disclosures re: Related Outside Interests and Activities

Name: Lawrence Lessig

Institution: Harvard Law School

HLS Title: Professor of Law

The faculty member above engages from time to time in outside activities, some of which are compensated, some of which are ongoing, and also has outside financial interests that may relate to his/her scholarly activities. The disclosures below are intended to provide interested parties information about potential conflicts of interest during the relevant period that might exist between the faculty member's scholarly and teaching activities, on the one hand, and his/her outside activities, on the other hand.
Client/Interest Role/Interest Issue/Matter Dates
Patrick v. Alaska Counsel Raising originalist challenge to SpeechNow v. FEC (2010). January 2018 - ongoing
City of Seattle Counsel Supporting City in its defense of vouchers as a method to fund campaigns. November 2017 - ongoing
Boies Schiller Flexner Counsel Supporting litigation challenging "winner-take-all" allocation of electors in electoral college. September 2017 - ongoing
Nemanich v. Williams Counsel Pro bono litigation defining the scope of a presidential elector's freedom. August 2017 - ongoing
Guerra v. Washington Counsel Working with EqualCitizens.US, Clarifying constitutional status of presidential electors. July 2017 - ongoing
Equal Citizens Counsel Litigation related to equal political rights. January 2017 - ongoing
Klang Games Expert / Consultant Advising game developers on governance November 2016 - ongoing
City of Berkeley Counsel Representing the City of Berkeley pro bono defending a "right to know" ordinance against a challenge brought by CTIA. June 2015 - ongoing

Last Updated: July 29, 2018