As Pacific Legal Foundation’s Legal Policy Director, Clint leads the legal policy team that engages with policy makers in the political branches at the state and federal level to advance PLF’s mission of constitutionally limited government and individual liberty.
Immediately before joining PLF, Clint served as Policy Director to the United States Senate Steering Committee, a caucus of liberty-minded Senators, under the leadership of Senator Mike Lee. In that role, he used his knowledge of legislative procedure and strategy to advise senators on how to achieve liberty-oriented outcomes. He coordinated strategy with allies in both chambers of Congress and at the highest levels in federal agencies and at the White House.
Clint was a counsel on the Senate Budget Committee before joining the Senate Steering Committee. At the Senate Budget Committee, he planned committee hearings, drafted legislation, and advised Chairman Mike Enzi on various aspects of the federal budget. He helped the Senate develop and pass two budget resolutions and advised on efforts to repeal Obamacare through the arcane budget reconciliation process.
Clint started his career in the Senate working on legal and fiscal issues for then Senator Jeff Sessions, his home-state senator. Clint is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was selected to participate in a semester-long Federal Legislative and Political Program, and for which he now serves on the advisory board. He completed his undergraduate studies at Auburn University, and his college football loyalties remain with Auburn.
Clint and his wife Laura live on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., with their son Hudson James and their dog Maggie. Although his favorite endeavor is fighting tyranny, Clint also enjoys traveling, spending time in the great outdoors, and exploring new cities.
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