Randal Meyer currently serves as legislative counsel for Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) in the United States Senate. Previously, he worked for the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies as a legal associate, a researcher at Brooklyn Law School, and the chief legal researcher on Fox News for Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Yet, less than two years ago, Randal Meyer got his start writing for Young Voices when it was a Students For Liberty program. Young Voices allowed Meyer the freedom to write about his passions under the guidance of a professional and accredited team.
From his very first piece with Young Voices, it was evident Meyer took a pragmatic and reasonable approach to achieving his goals. “Licensing Requirement Reform: Something We Can All Agree On” detailed his willingness to work with a diverse group on common ground. Randal’s talent did not go unnoticed, as his articles were soon seen on Newsweek, the Huffington Post, Forbes, the New York Post, The Hill, the National Law Journal, and the Brooklyn Law Review. He has either authored or co-authored 60 opinion articles and 16 amicus curiae briefs and has a featured publication in both the L.A. Times and the Washington Post.
Now, you can see Randal Meyer at ISFLC17 as a panelist on the American Council of Trustees and Alumni panel. The topic will be “Combating Censorship: Does Free Speech and Expression Have a Future on Campus?” You can find more information about Meyer and the panel on the ISFLC speakers page. You can also see his Young Voices articles and check out the program for yourself here.
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