Jay Sekulow - the Story of an Expert Lawyer and a Religious Liberty Campaigner

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  • On 2012-03-31 01:31:47
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Israel has been facing repeated threats, and today is threatened by the ever-increasing nuclear threats of Iran. In the United States, there is a man who strongly feels that America should stand with the their most important ally Israel. This man is none other but the prolific Jay Sekulow, the chief counsel of The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). He is also a Supreme Court lawyer, who has fought many landmark cases and has defended Israel. When the world directed its outrage towards Israel in the Gaza crisis, Jay assembled a national legal team that helped to defend the security interests of Israel before the International criminal court that is located in Hague.


Born in Brooklyn, Jay Sekulow graduated from the Mercer University with a PhD from Regent University. This famous Supreme Court lawyer has his humble beginnings as a tax trial attorney in the office of the chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service. His hard work and dedication saw him rising towards the echelon of success. He has won various accolades for his legal expertise and his dedication towards the cause of religious freedom around the globe. He has not only made it to the National Law Journal’s power list as 100 most influential lawyers in America  but also has been named as the “25 Most Influential Evangelicals” by the prestigious TIME magazine.


Jay’s fight for the cause of religious freedom has a global outreach today along with prestigious organizations such as American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), and its sister concern in Europe called the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ. An inspiration for people with his tireless approach to the cause of religious freedom, Jay Sekulow has touched the lives of millions around the globe.

For more details, visit the website http://jaysekulow.blogspot.com/

Jay Sekulow

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