Beacon Seeking Director of Legal Affairs
Today, the Beacon Center announced that Vice President of Legal Affairs Braden Boucek will be leaving his full-time role at Beacon. He will remain on as a senior fellow for Beacon beginning April 1.
Beacon CEO Justin Owen said, “While we are sad to lose his incredible talents in a full-time capacity, we are proud that Braden will be taking those talents to a national stage. Braden has been a huge factor in the success of our organization and because of him, Tennessee is a more free state. We wish him great success in his next endeavor, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with him as a senior fellow.”
Beacon will immediately launch a nationwide search for a General Counsel & Director of Legal Affairs to lead its legal arm. Interested candidates may apply at https://talentmarket.org/gc-beacon/.
“Working at Beacon over the past six years has been a great opportunity,” said Boucek. And while I hate to leave the organization, I look forward to continuing to support our mutual goals of a brighter, free country.”
The Beacon Center of Tennessee empowers Tennesseans to reclaim control of their lives, so that they can freely pursue their version of the American Dream. Beacon launched a legal foundation in 2015 to represent Tennesseans at no cost when their rights have been violated by government. Among other achievements, the legal foundation’s work has led to the successful repeal of numerous unconstitutional laws, including multiple state-level occupational licensing laws, the city of Nashville’s original homesharing restrictions, and the city’s home business ban. Beacon’s legal foundation also assisted in defending the constitutionality of Tennessee’s comprehensive tort reform law before the state Supreme Court.