Member Profile - Chris Gober


Membership Level

Regular Member - 1 Year

Employer

The Gober Group

Email

[email protected]

Business Phone

512.354.1783

Website

http://www.gobergroup.com/

Address

PO Box 341016, Austin, TX 78734, United States

Law School

Harvard Law School

Practice Area 1

Election Law

Practice Area 2

Constitutional Law

Practice Area 3

Nonprofit

 

BIO

Chris Gober, of Austin, TX, is the Managing Partner of The Gober Group. His national practice is focused on constitutional and political litigation, government investigations and enforcement actions, and providing strategic advice and guidance to elected officials, candidates, political committees, corporations, trade associations, nonprofits, and donors on all aspects of their participation in the political process. Chris has previously served as General Counsel to the Republican Party of Texas, General Counsel to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Deputy Counsel to the Republican National Committee, and Counsel in the Office of Legal Policy at the U.S. Department of Justice.

 


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