Bill Brack, who has more than two decades of legal and lobbying experience in the nation’s capital, has joined the Washington office of Bracewell & Patterson L.L.P. as partner in the Government Relations, Advocacy and Strategy Section.
Brack’s background spans both the public and private sectors. He served as chief of staff and chief counsel to former U.S. Sen. Hank Brown, R-Colo., and was a shareholder with the Washington firms of Brownstein, Hyatt & Farber and Williams & Jensen.
“Bill Brack is a results-oriented lawyer who shares our belief that a team approach provides the best service, skill and value to clients,” said Bracewell partner and former Congressman Jim Chapman, who co-heads the Government Relations, Advocacy and Strategy Section. “He has strong relationships with the leadership in both the Senate and the House, and over the years has worked extensively to shape a significant number of government policies and regulations. More than that, he knows how to design innovative strategies that deliver the results clients want.”
Brack began his law career as a tax attorney with Williams & Jensen and has been involved with every congressional tax bill written in the past 20 years. At Brownstein, Hyatt & Farber’s Washington office his practice included telecommunications, anti-trust, technology, trade, banking, energy, environment, privacy, health, insurance, agriculture, tax, natural resources, money transfer and transportation. He also has extensive experience representing Indian tribes in legislative and administrative matters.
Brack received his law degree from the University of Tulsa School of Law. He also holds bachelor’s degrees in business accounting and mathematics from the University of Northern Colorado.