Murphy Returns to ACLU as Director of D.C. Legislative Office

Headed office for 12 years before launching own firm in 2005
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Laura Murphy has returned to the American Civil Liberties
Union as director of its D.C. legislative office.

Murphy headed the office for a dozen years before exiting in
2005 to launch her own government relations firm, Laura Murphy &

Caroline Fredrickson had been director before exiting in
July to join the American Constitution Society. In the interim, ACLU's chief
legislative and policy counsel, Michael Macleod-Ball, has been acting director.

Muprhy starts in early February.