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JUSTIN DANHOF, Esq.
GENERAL COUNSEL & DIRECTOR OF THE FREE ENTERPRISE PROJECT
Justin Danhof

Justin Danhof is the General Counsel for the National Center for Public Policy Research, as well as Director of the Center's Free Enterprise Project. Mr. Danhof previously worked as a research associate with the National Center for Public Policy Research from 2008 to 2009. Prior to joining the National Center for Public Policy Research, Mr. Danhof worked in the Miami-Dade State's Attorney's Office in the Economic Crimes and Cybercrimes Division, for the Massachusetts Alliance for Economic Development and at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Mr. Danhof’s work has been widely published and quoted in major newspapers, including the Christian Science Monitor, Washington Post, Sacramento Bee, Orange County Register, Politico, Bergen County Record and the Canadian National Post, among others.

Mr. Danhof is a member of the Federalist Society and Christian Legal Society.

Mr. Danhof is a graduate of Bentley University (Waltham, MA), where he received a Bachelor of Science in economics and finance and pitched for three seasons on the school's NCAA Division II baseball team. Mr. Danhof completed his graduate studies at the University of Miami School of Law where he received his Juris Doctor and Master of Laws in Taxation.

Mr. Danhof is licensed to practice law in New York and Washington, D.C.

About the Free Enterprise Project

The Free Enterprise Project (FEP) exposes efforts by left-wing interest groups to divert businesses away from best practices and into left-wing advocacy. Through research, media appearances, coalition-buildling, and even face-to-face confrontations at stockholder meetings, the FEP works to guard the American free-enterprise system from what is often its worst enemy: Corporate executives who don't adequately evaluate the impact of their decisions on shareholders, the economy and ultimately, the American  people.