Marie Gryphon is a freelance writer and a Ph.D. candidate in public policy at Harvard University. She was a Senior Fellow with the Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy between 2007 and 2010, working on legal system reform. As a former legal and policy analyst with the Cato Institute from 2002 to 2006, she worked on issues related to education policy. Her articles have appeared in Business Week, the Washington Post, the Investors Business Daily, Barron’s, Forbes, National Law Journal, and elsewhere. As an attorney in private practice, she worked on ERISA, securities, class action, commercial contract, legal malpractice, and constitutional law cases. She holds a J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law.

More from Marie Gryphon

Commentary

Let the Money Follow the Student

Cato.org. December 28, 2006.

Better Teachers: A Lesson Plan

Business Week. October 16, 2006.

Vouchers Hit the Burbs

American Spectator (Online). August 30, 2005.

Cato Studies

Giving Kids the Chaff: How to Find and Keep the Teachers We Need

Policy Analysis No. 579. September 25, 2006.

The Affirmative Action Myth

Policy Analysis No. 540. April 13, 2005.

Our History of Educational Freedom: What It Should Mean for Families Today

Policy Analysis No. 492. October 8, 2003.

Multimedia

Lawyering Up and the Oil Spill

June 10, 2010