The Institute for Free Speech is delighted to welcome Dustin Hartuv as a Bradley Summer Associate Fellow for the summer of 2022. Dustin will assist the Institute’s growing legal team and work on legal research projects.
Dustin is currently a J.D. student and a rising 2L at Cornell Law School. In 2021, he graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.A. in economics and minors in mathematics and business administration.
Dustin is an avid and accomplished author. In college, he wrote for the Georgetown Campus Ministry, McDonough School of Business, The Hoya, and other outlets. He has also self-published several novels and is a published coauthor of a book on economics. Dustin is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a former intern for Congressman Ralph Abraham.
“The First Amendment is so important because it covers such a wide range of activity, from the way we organize and fund campaigns to the simple yet critical act of expressing our political perspectives. Today, this precious right has been battered and is in desperate need of protection. For that reason, I’m proud to work with the staff at IFS to preserve our fundamental freedoms,” Dustin said.
We look forward to a productive summer working with Dustin to defend and advance free political speech. Please join us in welcoming him to the team!