- William W. Chip
William W. Chip
William W. Chip served in the Trump Administration as Senior Counselor on Immigration Policy to the Secretary of Homeland Security. Previously, he had practiced international tax law for 40 years, most recently as a partner of Covington & Burling, LLP. Over the course of his law career, Bill played leadership roles in the American Bar Association, the European American Business Council, the Institute of International Bankers, the OECD Business & Industry Advisory Committee, the Transatlantic Business Dialogue, and the U.S. Council for International Business. Pursuant to his interest in immigration reform, he has served the Federation for American Immigration Reform, first as its General Counsel and later as a Board Member, and more recently as a Board Member of the Center for Immigration Studies. Before entering law school, Bill served for three years as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.