Richard Moberly is the Associate Dean for Faculty and a Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review. Professor Moberly has published numerous articles and book chapters on whistleblowing, including research on national security whistleblowers and codes of ethics, as well as an empirical study of Sarbanes-Oxley retaliation claims. He has testified before the United States House of Representatives, spoken internationally on whistleblower protection, and also co-edited The International Handbook on Whistleblower Research (Edward Elgar Publishing 2014). The United States Secretary of Labor has twice appointed Professor Moberly to the Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Professor Moberly has appeared numerous times in the national and international media to discuss whistleblowing and retaliation issues, including an invited op-ed with The New York Times, a Q&A with the Wall Street Journal, and stories for USA Today, The Economist, London Financial Times, Washington Post, CBS News, ABC News, Bloomberg Radio, France TV, and Voice of America. He regularly tweets (@Richard_Moberly) and blogs (lawofsecrecy.tumblr.com) about developments in secrecy and whistleblowing law.