Jeana Hallock serves as legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where she is a member of the Center for Scholarly and Cultural Engagement. In this role, Hallock focuses her efforts on advancing religious freedom, advocating for marriage and the family, and protecting student privacy.
Prior to joining the ADF U.S. legal advocacy team of attorneys, Hallock worked in various support roles, including serving as Communications Integrity Specialist.
Hallock obtained her bachelor’s degree in International Studies, summa cum laude, from Grand Canyon University in 2006. While working at ADF, Hallock earned her Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, in 2015 from Arizona Summit Law School, where she was a member of the Arizona Summit Law Review. She is a member of the state bar of Arizona.
Hallock is married to an adventurer with whom she has three children. Having personally experienced the transformative power of God’s design for marriage and family, she is a passionate advocate for marriage, life, and children.