David Shapiro is a staff attorney at the ACLU National Prison Project, where his work focuses on immigration detention, privatized incarceration, and prisoners’ First Amendment rights. Before joining the ACLU, David worked as litigation associate at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP and as a law clerk to Judge Edward R. Becker of the U.S. Court of Appeals of the 3rd Circuit. David graduated from Yale Law School and Harvard College and studied Russian literature in Moscow as a Fulbright Scholar.
Jun 18, 2012
A Tale of Two Communities . . . and Zero Private Prisons
May 16, 2012
All Dressed Up and No Prison CEO To Debate
May 10, 2012
ACLU v. CCA: The Private Prison Debate Challenge
Apr 18, 2012
Say No to For-Profit Prisons
Mar 1, 2012
What Do PETA and CCA Have in Common?
Feb 14, 2012
A Sunny Day in Florida (Unless You're a Private Prison)
Jan 11, 2012
Results of Our Poll for the Worst Prison Innovation of 2011: And the Loser Is...
Dec 19, 2011
Cast Your Ballot for the Worst Prison Innovation of 2011: With Solutions Like These, Who Needs Problems?
Nov 2, 2011
Stop For-Profit Prisons
Aug 1, 2011
No Death Left Behind: House Judiciary Committee Approves the Death in Custody Reporting Act