Ashton L. Cooke | Editor-in-Chief (Volume 16)
University of North Carolina, B.A. 2014
University of North Carolina, J.D. 2018
Ashton is the Editor-in-Chief of the First Amendment Law Review, Volume 16. For any inquiries regarding the Journal, website functionality, membership, sponsorship, and publications, contact Ashton at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ashton is published in the Spring Issue of Volume 15 for her article titled, The Right to Post: How North Carolina’s Revenge Porn Statute Can Escape Running Afoul of the First Amendment Post-Bishop.
Professor David S. Ardia| Faculty Advisor
Clarkson University, B.S. 1989
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, M.S. 1995
Syracuse University, J.D. (summa cum laude) 1996
Harvard University, L.L.M. 2007
Professor Ardia is the Faculty Advisor of the First Amendment Law Review. Professor Ardia is entering his sixth year of teaching at the University of North Carolina School of Law. His areas of expertise include intellectual property, cyberspace and privacy law, free speech, and media law. Professor Ardia also co-directs the UNC Center for Media Law and Policy.
Professor Mary-Rose Papandrea | Symposium Advisor
Yale University, B.A. (cum laude) 1992
University of Chicago, J.D. (high honors) 1995
Professor Papandrea has played an instrumental role in planning and organizing our symposium for 2017. Professor Papandrea has completed her second year of teaching at the University of North Carolina School of Law after teaching at Boston College Law School. Her areas of expertise include constitutional law, civil litigation, privacy law, free speech, and media law.