Kristen Baldwin joins DOT from the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, where she worked in the Web Communications Division of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs.
Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Operations
Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Legislation
Assistant General Counsel for Legislation
Mr. Herlihy is the Assistant General Counsel for Legislation at the U.S. Department of Transportation. Prior to this, he worked in the regulations division of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Chief Counsel's Office, and he served as a line officer in the United States Navy. He is a graduate of Hamilton College and Columbia University Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and the D.C. Bar Association.
Director, Office of Intelligence, Security, & Emergency Response
Director, Office of Civil Rights
Paul M. Geier is the Assistant General Counsel for Litigation for the Department of Transportation, a Senior Executive Service position he has held for the past twenty years. In this capacity, Mr. Geier has been responsible for developing the Department's positions in numerous Supreme Court and lower federal court cases that have included a wide range of constitutional and administrative law issues as well as regulatory challenges.
Assistant General Counsel for Operations
Mr. Horn has been Assistant General Counsel for International Law since 1988. Before moving to DOT, Mr. Horn was Associate General Counsel, Pricing & Entry at the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board. Under his leadership, the Office of International Law received the Secretary's Gold Medal Award for Outstanding Achievement for "extraordinary effectiveness in expanding opportunities for international aviation through creative and innovative initiatives."
Judith S. Kaleta is the Deputy General Counsel, the Alternate Agency Ethics Official, and the Dispute Resolution Specialist for the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). Ms. Kaleta has served as Chief Counsel of the Research and Special Programs Administration, Acting Chief Counsel of the Federal Transit Administration, Special Assistant to the Chief Counsel of the Federal Highway Administration, and staff attorney in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Before joining DOT, Ms. Kaleta was an Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the Illinois Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division.