Jonathan Bunch

Jonathan Bunch

Former Vice President & Director, External Relations, The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies

Jonathan Bunch is the former Vice President and Director of External Relations for the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. Jonathan was responsible for a broad range of strategic, programming, and media relations decisions that were integral to the Society's mission. In addition to his work for the Society, Jonathan regularly advised other organizations and public officials on matters of legal policy and judicial selection. Before joining the Society, Jonathan ran a 501c4 in Missouri, where he had served on the staff of Missouri Governor Matt Blunt and as a law clerk for The Honorable Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr. on the Supreme Court of Missouri. Jonathan is a graduate of John Brown University and the University of Missouri School of Law. He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Amanda, and their four children.

Silenced: How Apostasy and Blasphemy Codes are Choking Freedom Worldwide - An Overview by the Authors

Silenced: Are Global Trends to Ban Religious Defamation, Religious Insult, and Islamophobia a New Challenge to First Amendment Freedoms?

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Silenced: Are Global Trends to Ban Religious Defamation, Religious Insult, and Islamophobia a New Challenge to First Amendment Freedoms?

The 1989 fatwa against Salman Rushdie and the deadly 2006 Danish cartoon riots brought worldwide...

Silenced: How Apostasy and Blasphemy Codes are Choking Freedom Worldwide - An Overview by the Authors

Silenced: Are Global Trends to Ban Religious Defamation, Religious Insult, and Islamophobia a New Challenge to First Amendment Freedoms?

The 1989 fatwa against Salman Rushdie and the deadly 2006 Danish cartoon riots brought worldwide...