Dawn Carla Nunziato is Professor of Law and The William Wallace Kirkpatrick Research Professor at The George Washington University Law School, where she is Co-Director of the Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project and Law School Lead on the Public Interest Technology University Network. She is an internationally recognized expert in the area of free speech on the Internet and author of the critically acclaimed book Virtual Freedom: Net Neutrality and Free Speech in the Internet Age (Stanford University Press). She has written extensively on issues involving free speech on the Internet, and has lectured and taught courses on the subject around the world, including at Oxford University, the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, Tsinghua University in Beijing, University of Palermo in Buenos Aires, the European University Institute in Florence, University of Freiburg, Germany, The Qatar Ministry of Culture, The Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna, and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. She has been an invited presenter at leading law schools and universities, including Georgetown, Harvard, Notre Dame, Oxford, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, Vanderbilt, University of Virginia, Washington University, and Yale. While a law student at the University of Virginia, she served as Articles Development Editor of the Virginia Law Review and was the recipient of the Thomas Marshall Miller Prize, awarded to the outstanding member of the graduating class.