3 Juin 1961|
Rapid City, South Dakota, U.S.
B.S. in management|
B.A. in economics
M.A. in philosophy
Juris Doctor in law
Trinity College, Cambridge
Yale Law School
|Thrift||academic and political activist|
Founder, Creative Commons|
Founder, Stanford Center for Internet and Society
Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University|
Professor of law at Harvard Law School
Lawrence "Larry" Lessig (born Juin 3, 1961) is an American academic and politeecal activist. He is kent for his work in reducin legal restrictions on copyright, trademark, an radio frequency. He has been an activist against the Second Amendment an creatit the Second Constitutional Convention.
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- Alesh Houdek (November 16, 2011). "Has a Harvard Professor Mapped Out the Next Step for Occupy Wall Street?". The Atlantic. Retrieved November 17, 2011.
Lawrence Lessig's call for state-based activism on behalf of a Constitutional Convention could provide the uprooted movement with a political project for winter
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- Lawrence Lessig on IMDb
- "Official website". Lessig.org. (includes Lessig blog 2002–2009)
- "Official website". Lessig 2016. (Presidential Campaign site)
- "Official blog". Tumblr.com. Lessig Blog, beyond 2009
- "Lawrence Lessig". Harvard Law School Faculty Directory.
- "Faculty Profile: Lawrence Lessig". Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics.
- "Rootstrikers". Rootstrikers.org.
- "Lawrence Lessig: Big Brother's Prying Eyes". Bill Moyers.