Austin  Rogers

Austin Rogers

Chief Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee

Austin Rogers currently serves as Chief Counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee, covering the civil portfolio for the Ranking Member. He obtained dual graduate degrees in Law and Theology from Duke University (summa cum laude), where he served on the Duke Law Journal and Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. After law school, he clerked for Chief Judge Steven D. Merryday in the Middle District of Florida. And following his clerkship, he practiced law at White & Case, specializing in commercial litigation and appellate litigation. Prior to serving as Chief Civil Counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee, he served as Senior Counsel of Oversight and Investigations for the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Austin obtained undergraduate degrees (summa cum laude) in International Business and Theology from Southeastern University and Wheaton College, respectively, and played college soccer at both schools.
He serves in a volunteer leadership role with the Federalist Society and has published First Amendment scholarship in the Duke Law Journal and the Marquette Law Review. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, the Federalist Society, and the Republican National Lawyers Association.


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