Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Michael Horowitz is Senior fellow and Director of Hudson Institute's Projects for Civil Justice Reform and International Religious Liberty. Mr. Horowitz served as General Counsel for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) from 1981 to 1985, and as an associate professor of Law at the University of Mississippi from 1965 to 1967. Mr. Horowitz has also maintained a private law practice since 1967. He earned his LL.B. from Yale Law School in 1964.
Mr. Horowitz has been an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law School, Special Counsel for the Committee on the Judicial Branch of the Judicial Conference of the United States, and Special Counsel to the National Council of Young Israel. He served as Chairman of President Reagan's Domestic Policy Council on Federalism, and was Co-Chairman of the Cabinet Council's Working Group on Legal/Tort Policy.
In addition to his domestic credentials, Mr. Horowitz also served as an advisor to the Czech, Slovak, and Bulgarian Academies of Science, as Vice President of the Bulgarian American Friendship Society as Counsel and Trustee of Save Cambodia, Inc., and as a national advisory board member of the Institute for Democracy in Vietnam.
- Shattering the Caricatures of America's Conservative and Faith-Based Communities: A Strategy To Reshape American Politics for the Next 50 Years
- It's Really Doable: How to Peacefully Collapse the Regime In North Korea.
- Tearing Down the Internet Firewalls Needed By Dictatorships