If UNLV disagrees, we happily and eagerly look forward to seeing you in court. When being brought onto The Believer, I was specifically and repeatedly told, including in writing, that I would not be a UNLV employee or state employee. You are absolutely welcome to look through and access all communications on the email@example.com account (password [redacted]), an account which I never sent a single message from. I have no interest in being affiliated with an organization that is using a ruling aimed at elected officials to bully mere literary magazine employees and contributors into disclosing their private communications. An institution with any integrity would be supporting their workers by challenging the hilariously specious standards under which such a standard could apply.