An Evangelist, An Attorney - Jay Sekulow stands for Religious Liberty

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Jay Sekulow is the chief counsel of The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and a successful Supreme Court advocate who has defended many cases with successful outcomes. As a lively host of a call-in radio show and a television program, Jay provides valuable insight and education to people on matters concerning religious equality in America and the World. His hard work and dedication has made him one of the most successful evangelists who have touched millions of lives.

Jay started his quest to defend religious liberty as well as constitutional freedom through the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and soon, had international presence with its centers in France, Russia, Kenya, Pakistan, Israel and Zimbabwe.

His accomplishments include his efforts for Israel to tide over the Gaza crisis, with creation of a legal team to defend the interest of national security of Israel in front of the International Criminal Court at Hague. As a prolific attorney, Jay Sekulow’s undertakings have been rewarded with eminent recognitions such as the National Law Journal which named him one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America and Town hall magazine has named him as “one of the top lawyers for religious freedom in the United States."

He is involved in defending many cases on behalf of The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), a recent case involves an appeal against President Barrack Obama’s healthcare law, which requires every American to buy health care insurance.

Jay Sekulow was born in Brooklyn, graduated from the Mercer University and has a PhD from Regent University, with humble beginnings as a tax trial attorney in the office of the chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service.

He married Pamela in 1978, and has two sons Jordan and Logan from his marriage.

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