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Eugene Volokh, Ukrainian, American law educator. Achievements include national recognition as an expert on the First Amendment, cyberspace law, harassment law and gun control. Member of American Law Institute, Federalist Society (Free Speech Practice Group executive committee 1998).

Background

Volokh, Eugene was born on February 29, 1968 in Kiev, Ukraine. Arrived in United States, 1975. Son of Vladimir and Anne Volokh.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of California at Los Angeles, 1983. Juris Doctor, University of California at Los Angeles School Law, 1992.

Career

Law clerk to Honorary Alex Kozinski United States Court Appeals (9th circuit), Pasadena, California, 1992—1993. Law clerk to Justice Sandra Day O'Connor United States Supreme Court, Washington, 1993—1994. Faculty member University of California at Los Angeles School Law, 1994—1999, professor law, since 1999, Gary T. Schwartz professor law.

Academic affiliate Mayer Brown LLP.

Achievements

  • Achievements include national recognition as an expert on the First Amendment, cyberspace law, harassment law and gun control.

Works

Membership

Member of American Law Institute, Federalist Society (Free Speech Practice Group executive committee 1998).

Connections

father:
Vladimir Volokh

mother:
Anne Volokh