HALEY HOLIK is an attorney on staff with the Texas Public Policy Foundation and its Right on Crime initiative, based in Austin, Texas.
Holik holds a B.A. in Communications from Moody Bible Institute and earned her J.D. from Regent University School of Law. While a student, she hosted an on-campus radio show dedicated to politics and world events. She served as a clerk for the American Center for Law and Justice during law school, as well as a legislative intern for Rep. Randy Forbes. Holik participated in the Civil Practice Clinic at Regent as a student-practitioner, advocating on behalf of clients in need of civil legal services. As a staff member of Regent University Law Review, her note concerning compelled speech and First Amendment violations was chosen for publication.
As a native Texan, she is grateful to be back in the Lone Star State.