Lawrence Lessig

Harvard Law School

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Lawrence Lessig is Professor of law at Harvard Law School and former director of its Safra Foundation Center for Ethics. A founder of the nonprofit group Change Congress and former presidential candidate, he is a member of Elector’s Trust, a group offering free legal advice to GOP electors.

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