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March 28, 2024
Law360 and POLITICO

Senior Policy Advisor Kaleb Froehlich's Move to Rejoin Holland & Hart Featured in Law360 and POLITICO

Holland & Hart Senior Policy Advisor Kaleb Froehlich was featured in a Law360 Pulse March 26 article titled “Holland & Hart Rehires Sen. Murkowski's Chief Of Staff” following the firm’s announcement that Kaleb, who spent almost two years with Holland & Hart before leaving to serve as Chief of Staff for Sen. Murkowski in 2021, has rejoined the firm in the Washington, DC and Anchorage offices.

Kaleb told Law360 that he rejoined Holland & Hart “because the firm has a great energy and natural resources platform, which is what he is most passionate about,” adding, “I'm just going to serve as a senior adviser here and work on some big natural resources projects in Alaska and elsewhere as needed." Kaleb also shared with Law360 that it had been a lifelong goal of his to get involved with helping his community, and that leading Sen. Murkowski’s team had been the opportunity of his lifetime, “I told her it was my honor of my professional career to do that role." 

Kaleb was also featured in a POLITICO Influence March 26 newsletter, saying in his new role he "will work with the Alaskan mining company Ambler Metals on permitting and external affairs, as well as other Alaskan groups like Alaska Native corporations.”

To read the Law360 Pulse March 26 article, click here: “Holland & Hart Rehires Sen. Murkowski's Chief Of Staff,” (subscription required).

To read the POLITICO Influence March 26 newsletter, click here: “A guide to the new China committee chair’s alumni downtown.”


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