Craig Parshall serves as Special Counsel to the American Center for Law and Justice on Internet, Supreme Court, and governmental issues, and is an advisor to the American Principles Project on big tech governance. He writes and speaks widely on those subjects. He has testified frequently before committees of the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives on First Amendment issues, and before the Federal Communications Commission on communication and policy matters. Mr. Parshall was the founder the John Milton Project for Digital Free Speech during his tenure as Sr. V.P. and General Counsel for NRB, the first project of its kind to analyze the potential for viewpoint suppression on market dominant Internet platforms.
As an appellate attorney Craig has represented clients in constitutional, civil liberty, and media cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, most of the U.S. Courts of Appeal, and before several state supreme courts. He received his J.D. from Marquette University Law School, and a B.S. degree in English, Religion and Philosophy from Carroll College. Mr. Parshall is also best-selling fiction writer of 13 suspense novels with story lines that highlight the intersections of law, religion, culture and technology.
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