Cody Wisniewski is the Director of Mountain States Legal Foundation’s Center to Keep and Bear Arms, focusing on the Foundation’s Second Amendment practice. He has litigated cases across the United States addressing a variety of firearm rights issues. Cody also regularly writes on the subject, being featured in the Washington Examiner, National Review, The Federalist, Legal Insurrection, Real Clear Policy, The Truth About Guns, and more. Cody graduated cum laude and earned his B.A. in Joint Honours Classics and Philosophy from the University of Ottawa. He then graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law with his Juris Doctorate and a concentration in Business and Corporate Law. While at the University of San Diego, Cody contributed to the law school community in several ways, serving as Federalist Society President, Vice-Chair of National Teams for the Appellate Moot Court Board, and an Executive Board member for the San Diego International Law Journal. Cody also oversees the Foundation’s fellowship program and regularly speaks to industry groups, law students, and everyday Americans about the Foundation and his work.