New Leadership in the Division: Caroline Holland

New Leadership in the Division: Caroline Holland

Division Update Spring 2015

Chief Counsel for Competition Policy and Intergovernmental Relations Caroline Holland

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Caroline Holland

Caroline Holland started as the Chief Counsel for Competition Policy and Intergovernmental Relations in January 2015. In that role, she advises Assistant Attorney General Bill Baer on a wide range of antitrust policy issues. Ms. Holland is also responsible for working with Division officials to coordinate relations with other Government agencies at the Federal, State, and local levels. 

Ms. Holland recognizes the importance of nonpartisan antitrust enforcement from her years as Chief Counsel and Staff Director at the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. “The Antitrust Subcommittee has a long tradition of bipartisan cooperation when examining competition issues. The chairs and ranking members of the Subcommittee have always worked together to ensure that American consumers reap the benefits of vibrant, free market competition.”

During her eight years working for the Senate Judiciary Committee, Ms. Holland advised on antitrust policy and competition issues in a wide variety of industries including telecommunications, intellectual property, and transportation as well as with respect to criminal antitrust enforcement. Before joining the Judiciary Committee she practiced law with Patton Boggs LLP in Washington, D.C. Ms. Holland received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 2006, and her B.A. degree in public policy from Trinity College in 2000. Between college and law school, Ms. Holland spent a year with the Antitrust Division as a paralegal.

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