My name is RJ Giglio. I am editor of articles for the Tulane Law Review and a third year law student at Tulane University Law School. I’m originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, where I attended and was part of the debate team at Caddo Magnet High School. From there, I continued my debate career at the University of Oklahoma, where I won the national debate championship in 2009, 2010, and 2012. From debate, I’ve developed a strong interest in law, philosophy, rhetoric, and civic discourse. Specifically, I strongly believe in seeing both sides of an issue to guarantee your perspective isn’t constrained by your personal beliefs. While most of my political beliefs fall more in line with the liberal and libertarian side of the spectrum, I would never apriori reject a policy or argument simply because it was associated with a political party I am not a member of. As an aside, I am an avid music-listener, I try to make time for physical activity every day, I’m fascinated by neuroscience, and I spend a lot of time watching the Saints and the Pelicans.