Nathan Kaczmarek

Nathan Kaczmarek

Vice President & Director, Practice Groups and Article I Initiative, The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies

Nathan Kaczmarek is Vice President & Director of the Practice Groups and Article I Initiative at the Federalist Society. He began his legal career in Detroit representing nationwide clients in all phases of healthcare litigation and complex medical malpractice claims. He has since served as a Senior Legal and Policy Advisor in the U.S. House of Representatives and as Counsel for the Subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management in the U.S. Senate. Before serving as Director of the Practice Groups, Nathan directed the Regulatory Transparency Project for the Federalist Society. 

Nathan holds degrees from Hillsdale College and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. He is a Liaison Representative for The Administrative Conference of the United States. He also serves as Vice President of the Associates of St. John Bosco, a Virginia based non-profit dedicated to Catholic high school and college students. 


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Click to play: Fireside Chat with FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips: The House Judiciary Antitrust Staff Report

Fireside Chat with FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips: The House Judiciary Antitrust Staff Report

A Regulatory Transparency Project Webinar

On November 18, 2020, the Regulatory Transparency Project hosted a virtual fireside chat with FTC...