As Gun Debate Grows, Second Amendment Champion Gura Girds for Battles Ahead

, The Am Law Daily


With two high-profile victories at the Supreme Court, Virginia litigator Alan Gura changed the way U.S. courts interpret the Second Amendment. Now, Gura faces his biggest challenge yet—expanding the right to bear arms in the wake of the Newtown massacre.

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  • Robert LeBrun

    I found the article to be fair and unbiased. I also find that the very few disagreements between my philosophy and Mr Gura's to be inconsequential and I support him every step of the way. He must succeed if we are to preserve our constitutional rights. Not just the second amendment but all of them.

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