Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff)

Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff) serves as an Associate Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), where she works primarily in the areas of First Amendment issues and international human rights. Christina received a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Affairs with Distinction from the University of Virginia, and her Juris Doctor with Honors from Regent University School of Law. She served as a Staff Editor for the Regent University Law Review and a Senior Editor for the Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy, where she authored a comment published in the Journal addressing the European Court of Human Rights’ decision protecting the life of an unborn child in Parrilo v. Italy. Prior to her work for the ACLJ, Christina garnered legal experience during her apprenticeships at the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney for the City of Virginia Beach and the European Center for Law and Justice (ECLJ). Additionally, Christina received the Best Brief – Regional Award and the Second Best Brief – World Award in Oxford University’s Price Media Law Moot Court Competition in 2016. Christina is admitted to practice law in the state of Virginia and Washington, DC.

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Company Official Demands Employee Remove "Shabbat Shalom" Sign

By Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff)1640008740000

This has to be one of the most egregious violations of an individual’s religious liberty in the workplace that we’ve ever seen, and thankfully we were able to help achieve a quick victory for the employee who contacted us. The ACLJ was contacted by a Messianic Jewish worker at a manufacturing...

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You Have the Right To Have Your Bible in an Apartment Complex Common Area

By Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff)1630414740000

The ACLJ had two more religious liberty victories this month as we continue to fight to protect your right to worship and congregate. We recently listed the steps for requesting religious accommodations from your employers in order to observe the Sabbath. Our latest success story involves a power...

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5 More Wins in the ACLJ’s Fight for the Religious Rights of Employees

By Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff)1621261112208

The ACLJ’s mission has always been to protect the fundamental right of Americans to practice religion freely and without discrimination. In terms of companies requiring their employees to work on the Sabbath, we want you to know that you have rights that cannot be violated. In the past two months...

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Planned Parenthood Is Indoctrinating Public School Children With Propaganda

By Christina Compagnone (Stierhoff)1619013540000

Did you know that Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider, has infiltrated the public school system? In their own sneaky and conniving way, the abortion giant has convinced school administrations through veiled language that they can provide important assistance to their...

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