Welcome to the PLF DC Center

 A PLF presence in the Nation's Capital!

From a small office in Sacramento and with a few highly dedicated constitutional attorneys, Pacific Legal Foundation has grown to become a national litigation force for limited government and unlimited freedom.  We are pleased to announce the opening of our newest regional center — our DC Center — in the epicenter of judicial, legislative, and administrative power in the United States.

Whereas PLF’s other regional centers focus on public interest litigation, the new DC Center’s mission is outreach to major media, affinity organizations, donors, and collaboration with key members and committees in Congress, the legal community, and academia.

Pacific Legal Foundation - DC Center
3033 Wilson Blvd, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201

(202) 888-6881
(202) 347-0130 (fax)



Todd Gaziano Kate Pomeroy

Todd F. Gaziano
Executive Director,
Senior Fellow in
Constitutional Law

Kate Pomeroy
Media Director



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"A 20 year battle is over, thanks to Pacific Legal Foundation.  My father would be proud. Thank you PLF for your support."
Coy Jr. and Linda Koontz

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