Michael J. Horowitz

Michael J. Horowitz

Director, Project for International Religious Liberty, Hudson Institute

Michael J. Horowitz is director of Hudson Institute's Project for Civil Justice Reform and Project for International Religious Liberty. He served as general counsel for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under the Reagan Administration, and has taught law at the University of Mississippi and Georgetown. He has also practiced private law as a partner at national law firms. Horowitz joined Hudson Institute as a Senior Fellow where he has put together left-right coalitions on a wide variety of foreign and domestic issues. He has written frequently and is regularly called to testify and consult with Congress.


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Click to play: 1986 Introduction to the Federalist Society [Archive Collection]

1986 Introduction to the Federalist Society [Archive Collection]

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