Jay Alan Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (known as the "anti-ACLU") and the European Centre for Law and Justice and the Slavic Center for Law and Justice.
Mr. Sekulow began the new millenium by arguing two landmark First Amendment cases before the U.S. Supreme Court—bringing to nine the number of times he has appeared before the Supreme Court to defend the rights of Christians to express their faith at school, in the workplace, and in the public arena.
He received his bachelor's degree and his doctor of jurisprudence from Mercer University, where he graduated cum laude and served as an editorial staff member on the Mercer Law Review.
A nationally recognized and respected defender of religious freedom, Mr. Sekulow comments frequently on issues affecting people of faith and the American family and is often quoted in national news publications like USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, and ABA Journal. He also appears regularly on national television and radio news programs including The 700 Club.
Twice the National Law Journal has named Mr. Sekulow as one of the "100 Most Influential Lawyers" in the United States. He has also been recognized by The American Lawyer as one of the distinguished attorneys in a group known as "The Public Sector 45." The magazine said the designation represents "45 young lawyers outside the private sector whose vision and commitment are changing lives."
He is the author of several books and hosts a daily radio program, Jay Sekulow Live!, which is broadcast in more than 100 markets nationwide.
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