Christian Lansinger is a Litigation Fellow at the Institute for Justice. He returns after working as a semester clerk at IJ’s headquarters office.
Prior to joining IJ in 2022, Christian interned for a small health care law firm in Virginia. There, he witnessed firsthand the difficulties that health care providers face when confronted with protectionist certificate-of-need (CON) legislation.
Christian earned his law degree from William & Mary Law School and his bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College. While in law school, he served as Chief Justice of the William & Mary Moot Court Team, winning multiple moot court competitions and leading the team to a #2 national ranking. Christian was a member of the William & Mary Law Review.
Christian is a member of the bar in Maryland.
Christian 's Cases
Small Business Owner Challenges Indiana’s Unconstitutional Restrictions on Discussing End-of-Life Care
To many, death is a taboo subject. But not to Lauren Richwine, founder of Death Done Differently, a consultant who specializes in helping those with a terminal diagnosis and their families plan for the final…
Wayne County Seized His Car Without Evidence. When He Spoke Out, They Filed Criminal Charges to Silence Him. Now He is Fighting Back.
Four years ago, Robert Reeves’ car was seized by police in Detroit using civil forfeiture. Although he was never charged with a crime, police attempted to use civil forfeiture to seize and keep Robert’s 1991…