Jonathan E. Lowy is the Vice President, Legal Action Project, at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

Since 1997 Jon has argued in courts across the country to reduce gun violence, providing pro bono legal representation to victims of gun violence in lawsuits to reform dangerous gun industry practices, and assisting governments and public officials in defense of reasonable gun laws. Jon has litigated gun-related cases in over 30 states, successfully arguing several precedent-setting cases establishing gun industry liability and Second Amendment law, obtaining several multi-million dollar settlements, and reforming gun industry practices. Jon has been named one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America by Lawdragon magazine for the past 5 years, and has published numerous articles on gun litigation and policy including, The Right Not To Be Shot: Public Safety, Private Guns, and the Constellation of Constitutional Liberties in the Georgetown Journal of Law and Policy. He graduated from Harvard College and the University of Virginia School of Law.

Resources By This Author

  1. Trends in Firearm Legislation and Case Law

    Jonathan E. Lowy | The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence |

    Webinar Recording

    This webinar provides an overview of legislative changes and recent firearms case law, including discussion of state-specific implications and potential changes to the federal law.