Jeremy Lott is an adjunct scholar of labor policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He is also a senior fellow at Defense Priorities and the night editor of the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Previously, he served as editor of the Labor Watch newsletter and worked for several think tanks in Washington, DC.

Lott is the author of several books and the recognized ghostwriter of the late Maryland governor Marvin Mandel’s memoirs, “I’ll Never Forget It.” He has published articles and op-eds in hundreds of newspapers and magazines, including the Washington Post, USA Today, the Guardian, Barron’s and The Detroit News. He has had chapters in books by Wiley and Oxford and appeared on Bloggingheads.tv, Reason.tv and a host of video programs, podcasts and talk radio shows.  

Lott lives in Blaine, Wa.

From Jeremy Lott

Labor Reform Efforts Still Big Issue In Michigan, Across Country

Mackinac Center experts recently in the news … more

Mackinac Center Offers Labor Reform Ideas in Time for Labor Day

Op-ed on top reforms in The Detroit News … more

Survey: Most Union Members Support Worker’s Choice

Wall Street Journal features Mackinac Center concept … more

DNC Email Leak Reveals Party’s Feelings on Unions

Op-ed published in The Detroit News … more