A "rising legal star."
--Alec Ross, Senior Advisor for Innovation to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (
's 100 most influential thinkers)
"No one deserves more credit for the Net neutrality victory than the tireless Marvin Ammori."
--Julie Wood, Kickstarter
Best "tactivist" in DC. Heart of an activist, head of a tactician.
--Andrew Shore, former Chief of Staff to the Republican Conference
"A hero to nerds everywhere."
--Andrew McLaughlin, ex-U.S. White House, Deputy CTO, Internet Policy; ex-Head, Global Public Policy at Google, Inc.
Ammori was "our sherpa" and "the net neutrality whisperer."
--Chad Dickerson, CEO of Etsy
"If there's one person who really operated with superb strategic insight and tenacity [through a decade of open Internet battles], it would be superlawyer Marvin Ammori."
--Matt Stoller, Salon
"As Silicon Valley hones its political agenda, Marvin Ammori has become the go-to First Amendment guy."
--Fast Company Magazine, 100 Most Creative People in Business 2012
One of "our favorite academic minds on the topic" of Internet law.
--Fred Wilson, Managing Partner of Union Square Ventures
Marvin Ammori has "been rocking since day 0!"
--Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder of Reddit & Partner at Y Combinator
"I should say that Marvin Ammori deserves enormous credit for leading the march to Title II"
--Tim Wu, Columbia Law Professor