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Biden-Harris 2024 Names Maury Riggan as General Counsel PDF Print E-mail
Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties
Written by Biden for President 2024 Press   
Friday, 07 July 2023 10:15

biden-harris-2024-logoWASHINGTON - Thursday, President Joe Biden announced that Maury Riggan will serve as General Counsel for the Biden-Harris 2024 reelection campaign. Riggan will oversee all aspects of the campaign’s legal operation and manage a team of outside subject-matter experts to ensure the President has the very best legal minds working in sync to ensure a free and fair election for the American people.

“We are thrilled to have such an experienced and talented attorney leading our campaign’s legal team,” said Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Biden-Harris 2024 Campaign Manager. “Maury brings a diverse array of legal expertise, trusted relationships within the legal community, and the skills and determination that will be critical to reelecting President Biden and Vice President Harris. We know that this election will require focused, prepared, and unflappable leadership, and Maury will be a strong voice in protecting the right to vote.”

“Maury’s outstanding lawyering and leadership made her an invaluable member of Counsel’s Office from our very first day in the White House,” said former White House Counsel Dana Remus. “President Biden and Vice President Harris are fortunate to have someone with Maury’s talent and deep knowledge of the law leading the reelection campaign’s legal team, and I have no doubt she will continue serving them and our country with the same determination, excellence, and integrity as she always has.”

Additional Background on Maury Riggan:

Maury Riggan joins the campaign after serving at the White House National Security Council as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for the Executive Secretariat and Deputy Legal Advisor. She joined the NSC from the White House Counsel’s Office where she was an Associate Counsel under former White House Counsel Dana Remus. Prior to her tenure at the White House, she served on the Biden-Harris Transition Team in the Office of the General Counsel.

Earlier in her career, Riggan was a counsel in the Strategic Response group at the law firm WilmerHale, where her practice focused on investigations and crisis management assistance. She also served as an associate trustee for the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights. Riggan holds a B.A. from Wake Forest University and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.

 
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