Joseph Greenlee

Joseph Greenlee

Director of Constitutional Studies, Firearms Policy Coalition

Topics: Constitution • Civil Rights • Second Amendment • Founding Era & History • First Amendment • Fourteenth Amendment • Religious Liberties • Religious Liberty • Separation of Powers • State Courts • Supreme Court

Joseph Greenlee is an attorney in McCall, Idaho, the Director of Constitutional Studies at the Firearms Policy Coalition, and a Policy Advisor for Legal Affairs at the Heartland Institute.

Greenlee has worked on over 50 constitutional law cases (representing a party or amicus curiae), and has filed over 20 briefs with the United States Supreme Court.

Greenlee has authored ten scholarly articles on firearms law. He has also authored dozens of short articles on the right to keep and bear arms. His work has appeared in The Hill, Washington Times, and Washington Post, among others.


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