Caleb is an Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF). At PLF he primarily works in the economic liberty practice group, where he litigates nationwide in defense of the right to earn a living. Caleb is a frequent contributor to the PLF blog, and his primary interests are commercial and professional speech under the First Amendment, and challenging burdensome occupational licensing laws of all kinds. Caleb has authored briefs in trial courts, intermediate appellate courts, and the Supreme Court of the United States, and has argued before the Oregon Court of Appeals. Caleb is currently admitted in California, the Eastern District of California, and the 9th and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeals. His writings can be found on the Publications page and his SSRN page.
In 2012, Caleb made an unsuccessful, yet memorable, run for the United States House of Representatives in the 2nd District of Louisiana. Prior to graduating with honors from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Caleb worked in banking, investments, and real estate. He received his undergraduate degree from Tulane University, double majoring in Finance and Legal Studies in Business. When Caleb wasn’t studying, he was serving as president of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity and working game day operations for the Tulane Athletic Department.