The solicitor general of the United States, Elizabeth Prelogar, appeared before the Supreme Court today to argue in favor of the federal vaccine-or-test requirement—who is her spouse Brandon and do they have children?
Who is Brandon Prelogar, US attorney general Elizabeth Prelogar’s husband?
On May 31, 2008, Daniel and Elizabeth Prelogar tied the knot. Their wedding anniversary will come around again in 2022. The wedding took place in Santiago de Atitlán, a Sololá department of Guatemala municipality.
They also hosted two post-wedding parties in the United States for people who couldn’t make it to the real wedding.
Blaise and Beckett are the sons of Elizabeth and Brandon Prelogar.
What does he do?
In addition, he went to Dartmouth College and Yale University from 2001 to 2003, where he studied at both institutions. He served with the Peace Corps for two years in the United States from 2000 to 2002 as an English teacher.
He began working for Bush’s 2004 campaign in the Office of Immigration Affairs, but only became a paid employee in June 2005. He was made a policy advisor to the Department of Homeland Security – a job he held for four years.
His LinkedIn profile describes him as the chief of international and humanitarian affairs at DHS, and the director for human rights at “NSS”, although it doesn’t link directly to the National Security Strategy.
What did Elizabeth Prelogar do before she and Brandon married in 2008?
In 2008, Elizabeth Prelogar graduated from Harvard Law School with a law degree. She was married at the time and had two children.
She has written numerous articles for the Harvard Law Review and is a finalist in the Ames Moot Court competition, as well as an articles editor of the Harvard Law Review.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Russian at Emory University, in Atlanta, Georgia. She completed a master’s degree in creative writing at the University of St Andrews, in the United Kingdom. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in English and Russian from Emory University.