Margaret Rohlfing

Associate Corporate Council at
American Civil Liberties Union

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Margaret C. Rohlfing is an Associate in the Regulatory Practice Group where she advises clients on political law compliance as well as a wide range of other legal issues relevant to tax-exempt organizations. Ms. Rohlfing works with trade associations, public charities, advocacy groups, private foundations, and other nonprofits on state and federal tax law matters, corporate governance and management, grant administration, contract review and negotiation, and formation and operation of nonprofit and for-profit subsidiaries and affiliates. In addition, she counsels nonprofits, corporations and other business entities, and other advocacy organizations on a variety of complex issues of federal, state, and local campaign finance, lobbying, and government ethics laws. Ms. Rohlfing has assisted in representing clients in Federal Election Commission enforcement proceedings and in investigations and enforcement matters before state campaign finance and lobbying regulators. Her practice includes aiding clients in complying with campaign finance and lobbying reporting requirements and implementing effective compliance systems to manage reporting. 

Ms. Rohlfing has also represented clients in agency rulemakings and other regulatory proceedings, including matters before the Federal Communications Commission, the Department of the Treasury, the Federal Election Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Health and Human Services. 

While earning her law degree, Ms. Rohlfing completed an internship at the Federal Election Commission and served as a judicial intern in the chambers of the Honorable Edward J. Damich of the United States Court of Federal Claims.

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