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Haley Holik

Policy Analyst




Haley Holik

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.


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