Casey Mattox is Vice President for Legal and Judicial Strategy at Americans for Prosperity and Senior Fellow for Free Speech at the Charles Koch Institute. In these roles he advocates for a legal system that respects the rule of law and protects individual liberty. Casey is particularly focused on defending free expression. Prior to joining Americans for Prosperity and the Charles Koch Institute, he litigated to defend First Amendment freedoms in state and federal courts. Mattox has a J.D. from Boston College School of Law and a B.A. in Government and History from the University of Virginia.
Essays and Scholarship
[The] Breakup Speech: Can Antitrust Fix the Relationship Between Platforms and Free Speech Values?
Avoiding antitrust when competition isn't the problemBy Neil Chilson & Casey Mattox