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BRADEN H. BOUCEK, VICE PRESIDENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS

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Braden H. Boucek serves as Vice President of Legal Affairs at the Beacon Center of Tennessee. He is a seasoned constitutional litigator who manages litigation and advises on policy for the Beacon Center, working to advance Beacon’s larger goal of promoting freedom and opportunity in Tennessee. His areas of focus include property rights, government transparency, economic liberty, and free speech. Braden has been a litigator since 2001. For nearly 14 years, he served as a state and federal prosecutor in the Nashville and Memphis areas. While serving at the Department of Justice, Braden was singled out for special recognition on multiple occasions. He has successfully litigated jury trials at both the state and federal level and argued dozens of cases before state and federal appellate courts, including the Tennessee Supreme Court and Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. He obtained his J.D. at Florida State University College of Law, and his B.A. at the University of Richmond. Joining Beacon in 2015, Braden is a recognized constitutional scholar, frequent speaker, commentator and published author. His writings have appeared in the Hill, RealClear Policy, Law360, Federalist Society. He is a highly sought after interview guest for podcast and TV appearances. His article, That’s Why I Hang My Hat in Tennessee: Alcohol and the Commerce Clause, was published in the Cato Supreme Court review 2018-2019 edition.

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