Nelson Pavlosky is a second-year law student at George Mason University School of Law. He received a B.A. in philosophy from Swarthmore College in 2007. As a founder of both Students for Free Culture and its first campus chapter, Free Culture Swarthmore, Nelson has been a driving force behind the organization since its inception. He made international headlines in 2003 as a plaintiff in OPG v. Diebold, a case which set an important precedent protecting freedom of speech from abuse of copyright law. In his spare time, Nelson sings and plays his guitar, Kermit, and eats a great deal of fruit.