THE FIREARMS RESEARCH CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING FELLOWS
ASHLEY HLEBINSKYSenior Fellow
One of the foremost authorities on firearms history and material culture in the United States. For a decade, she was Curator in charge of one of the largest firearms museums in the country and served as Project Director on the museum’s full-scale multimillion dollar renovation. Presently, Hlebinsky serves as a museum consultant, speaker, writer, expert witness, and television host and producer.
DAVID B. KOPELSenior Fellow
A professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He is a coauthor with Mocsary of Firearms Law and the Second Amendment. Kopel has written more than 100 law review articles and a dozen books on the Second Amendment. His work has been cited by five U.S. Supreme Court justices and dozens of state supreme courts and federal appellate courts. Kopel has written and been quoted in over a thousand newspaper and magazine articles.
ALEXANDER ADAMSSenior Fellow
A policy analyst with a background in statistical methods and econometrics, he has an interest in the criminological impacts of gun control legislation. Adams has analyzed and written on the impact of various firearms regulations, including the impact of constitutional carry-on homicide rates, stand your ground laws, and extreme risk protection orders.