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Kaleb Froehlich, J.D.

Director of Legislative & Regulatory Affairs

1029 W. 3rd Avenue, Suite 550, Anchorage, AK 99501
975 F Street NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004

Kaleb Froehlich helps clients in the energy and natural resources sectors to navigate the federal landscape in Alaska and Washington, D.C.

Kaleb counsels clients in the mining, oil and gas, public lands, and renewable energy industries on engaging with Capitol Hill, various federal agencies, and other important federal and state governmental bodies and personnel. His extensive knowledge of regulatory processes and stakeholders gives him invaluable insight into the critical issues affecting clients. A native of Alaska, Kaleb has unique experience and perspective with issues involving federal and state lands, timber, fisheries management, and Alaska Natives affairs.

Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Kaleb was Senior Vice President at a leading Washington D.C.-based government and public relations firm, where he advocated before federal officials on behalf of clients impacted by political, legislative, and regulatory actions of the federal government and agencies.

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Experience

Kaleb has experience in many areas of environmental and natural resources law, including:

  • Federal Lands
  • Federal legislative and regulatory affairs
  • Climate Change
  • Environment
  • Project Permitting
  • Alaska Native and American Indian Affairs
  • Wildlife Management

Education

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Friends of the Sitka National Historical Park, President 
  • Spicebush at Seapines Owners Association, Vice President
  • Arctic Encounter Symposium, Senior Advisor
     
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