The Public Participation Project is working to pass federal anti-SLAPP legislation in Congress. Our coalition of supporters currently includes numerous organizations and businesses, as well as prominent individuals. PPP also assists individuals and organizations working to pass anti-SLAPP legislation in the states. An important part of our work includes educating the public regarding SLAPPs and the consequences of these types of destructive lawsuits.
Evan Mascagni graduated, summa cum laude, from the University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law in 2011. While in law school, Mascagni was Editor-in-Chief of the UDC Law Review, was awarded the Women’s Bar Association 2010 Founders Fellowship, and was awarded a Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Equal Justice Works Fellowship in 2009, where he worked at the National Whistleblowers Center in Washington, DC. He joined the Public Participation Project in 2011.