Frank Ezekiel Holman was an American attorney who after his election as president of the American Bar Association in 1948 led an effort to amend the United States Constitution to limit the power of treaties and executive agreements. Holman’s work led to the Bricker Amendment.
Holman argued cases in state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. Holman was active in legal organizations. He was president of the Seattle Bar Association in 1941 and the Washington State Bar Association in 1945. He was elected president of the American Bar Association in 1948 and traveled extensively to warn Americans of the dangers of “treaty law”. The Seattle-King County Association of Realtors awarded him their “First Citizen” award (1953).