Wilson Freeman is an attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation, focusing on equality before the law and economic freedom. He believes in the values of the Enlightenment: that individual liberty is fundamental to human flourishing in the United States and around the world. He is excited to put these beliefs into action and to fight for freedom in the courts and in the public sphere.
Wilson has practiced law for over a decade in private practice and in federal and state government. Before coming to Pacific Legal Foundation, he worked as senior litigation counsel for the Arizona Attorney General, where he argued cases involving federalism and liberty before federal and state courts. Before that, he was senior counsel and policy advisor at the Department of Labor, where he advised the Secretary of Labor on a variety of issues related to wage and hour laws, coronavirus policy, and religious freedom.
Wilson graduated magna cum laude from New York University School of Law in 2011 and clerked in the Ninth Circuit for Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain. He is licensed to practice law in New York, Oregon, and Arizona, and in several federal courts.
When he’s not working, Wilson enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, and playing board games. He is a devoted fan of the Buffalo Bills and lives in Phoenix with his wife and daughter.