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Logan Spena, Legal Counsel

Logan Spena serves as legal counsel for the Center for Academic Freedom with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he defends the rights of students, professors, and organizations to speak, associate, and worship freely. Before joining ADF, Spena served as Deputy Policy Director in the Missouri governor’s office where he oversaw the state’s regulatory reform efforts and worked to approve legislation on many issues including education, foster care, and protecting the unborn. Spena graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2016, where he served as an editor on the Virginia Law Review. Spena earned his B.A. in Government: Political Theory from Patrick Henry College in 2012. Spena is a member of the Missouri bar.

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By Alliance Defending Freedom posted on: July 22, 2020 By: Jenna Mohrmann, Media Communications Intern Sadly, it is becoming far too common for university students to have their ideas censored on college campuses. The First Amendment guarantees everyone freedom of speech. This applies to public college campuses, but often, university officials don’t respect that freedom. This happened […]

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