Jonathan M. Freiman

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Jonathan M. Freiman "is a partner at Wiggin & Dana, LLP, where he litigates appellate matters and complex cases, including transnational disputes. He founded the National Litigation Project (NLP) of the Allard K. Lowenstein Clinic at Yale Law School in 2002 with Dean Harold H. Koh, has directed the NLP’s litigation work in post-9/11 cases, and has served since 2002 as Senior Fellow in the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for Human Rights at Yale Law School. Jonathan has been listed in the last two editions of The Best Lawyers in America (2006 & 2007) for his work as an appellate lawyer, and has received the Advocacy of the Law Award from the Connecticut Law Tribune, as well as awards from the Florida Supreme Court and the Cuban-American Bar Association. In addition to print and broadcast commentary, Jonathan has spoken on legal issues in Europe, Canada and the United States, at venues including the Federalist Society and a United Nations Expert Roundtable. He earned his J.D. in 1998 from Yale Law School." [1]