Anthony Kammer is a litigation fellow at Demos. He graduated in 2011 from Harvard Law School, where he was President of the Harvard Legal Theory Forum and a founding board member of the Student Association for Law and Mind Sciences.
Anthony has interned at the Exoneration Initiative and the Criminal Appeals Bureau at the Legal Aid Society, where he worked on appellate criminal matters. He also served as a summer intern at the Brennan Center for Justice where he worked on issues in immigration law, election law, and campaign finance reform.
He is on Twitter and contributes occasionally to Notice & Comment: The Harvard Law & Policy Review Blog. Anthony enjoys biking, chess, and crossword puzzles. He lives in Brooklyn.
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