Caleb Kruckenberg

Former Attorney |

Caleb Kruckenberg is a former attorney in PLF’s separation of powers practice.

Before coming to PLF, Caleb worked as a prosecutor, a public defender, a lobbyist for a national advocacy organization and, most recently, an impact litigator fighting the administrative state. He defeated the SEC in a jury trial, challenged an ATF regulation before the Tenth Circuit, sitting en banc, and sued seven U.S. attorneys general. He even convinced Chief Judge Timothy Tymkovich to describe Chevron deference as the “Lord Voldemort of administrative law.”

He graduated cum laude from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, where he was the lead articles editor for the Temple Law Review. Caleb also attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where he studied figurative painting.