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Aloysius Hogan, Esq., an accomplished government affairs director from the front lines of the free-market movement, is a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He has orchestrated the enactment of numerous provisions of law across a wide spectrum of issues—and halted problematic others. Currently, he specializes in labor and employment policy for CEI’s Center for Economic Freedom.
In the U.S. Senate and House, he worked for legislators from Alaska, Georgia, Nebraska, New York, Oklahoma, Virginia and Michigan, serving as chief of staff, legislative director, chief counsel for a Senate committee, general counsel and in leadership’s Deputy Whip and campaign operations.
Hogan has written professionally for a legal textbook publisher, law firms, non-profit associations, political campaigns and for a judicial clerkship, and his work has appeared in numerous publications.
Previously, Hogan launched a lobbying shop at a world-top-100 law firm, dealing in labor and employment law. Over the course of three years immersed in labor and employment issues, he built a lobbying coalition that included more than 80 associations, secured witness testimony for U.S. Senate hearings, drafted testimony, crafted issue briefs, passed a model resolution with the American Legislative Exchange Council, led an alliance initiative that reopened a federal agency comment period for congressional comments, created a legislative scorecard for a non-profit, drafted regulatory comments to a state human relations commission which decided in the client's favor, organized a fly-in for a major association, briefed congressional staff, associations, corporations and attorneys, and thwarted a major legislative threat to employers.
Hogan is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School and the University of Notre Dame, respectively—both top-20 institutions. He was named a Notre Dame Scholar and graduated with distinction from Notre Dame’s Honors Program. He’s a hockey player, golf enthusiast, and home-improvement “weekend warrior” who resides in Northern Virginia with his wife and three children.
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