David Morrison, Deputy Director of ICPR, supervises ICPR’s research, writing and website content and lobbies on behalf of ICPR’s reform agenda. His articles have appeared in Chicago magazine, the Loyola Consumer Law Reporter, and Women Building Chicago 1790-1990: A Biographical Dictionary (Indiana University Press, 2000), in addition to letters and opinion pieces in Harpers magazine, the New York Times, and numerous Illinois newspapers. He has been a registered lobbyist in either Illinois or Connecticut for over 15 years. He holds a M.A. in American History with a concentration in Nineteenth Century legal and social history and is a member of the Organization of American Historians and the American Society for Legal History, serving on the Local Arrangements Committee of the ASLH in 2000. Before coming to ICPR, he was the Research Director of the Coalition for Consumer Rights in Chicago and, prior to that, an associate at the lobbying firm Gallo Government Relations in Hartford, Connecticut.