Jordan Sekulow

Jordan Sekulow is the Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). He is an attorney and host of Sekulow, a syndicated radio program providing cutting analysis of today's political and legal landscape with elected officials and conservative leaders, as well as the host of the ACLJ’s weekly television broadcast, Sekulow TV. Jordan Sekulow has served as a liaison between the ACLJ and its international affiliates. As a senior member of the ACLJ team, Jordan Sekulow frequently travels overseas to engage in high-level legal and policy discussions with government officials regarding human rights issues around the world. He was a contributor to the Washington Post’s “On Faith” section with his own Washington Post blog entitled “Religious Right Now” from 2010-2013, where he covered social conservatives’ involvement in shaping America’s legal, political, and cultural landscape. Jordan also contributes to the Washington Times, The Daily Caller, and other publications. He was a Visiting Fellow at Harris Manchester College’s Summer Research Institute in June and July 2014 and a Visiting Research Scholar at Harris Manchester College’s Summer Research Institute in June and July 2015. Jordan Sekulow is a graduate of Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, VA, where he served as co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy. Jordan Sekulow is also a graduate of George Washington University and earned his Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in International Human Rights from the Georgetown Law Center.

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With America on the Brink, ACLJ Action Fights Back

By Jordan Sekulow1652997279017

Today is a big day for the ACLJ. We just announced the launch of our sister organization, ACLJ Action. This new organization will have the ability to unleash its full advocacy powers to reach you in your state. ACLJ Action will not only review legislation, but actually create and put forward...

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DHS SUSPENDS "Disinformation Board"

By Jordan Sekulow1652906357122

Less than three weeks after the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) received our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on the newly formed “Disinformation Governance Board,” the DHS announced this board is officially suspended. Some of the members of the board are not happy about that. Nina...

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ACLJ Obtains Unredacted Psaki Email on Secret Negotiations

By Jordan Sekulow1652878740000

Why should we trust the same players who we already know lied to us, to now tell us the truth about a renewed Iran Nuclear Deal? President Biden, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan are constantly spinning that somehow a new Iran Nuclear Deal would be...

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ACLJ Scores MAJOR Win in IRS Lawsuit

By Jordan Sekulow1652822771569

The ACLJ just scored a major win in federal court against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Remember when we told you how the IRS initially refused to grant tax-exempt status for Christians Engaged, a religious organization that was denied for reasons like praying for the leaders of our country...

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ACLJ Scores a Win Over the Biden Administration's IRS

By Jordan Sekulow1652802946039

Antisemitic Outrage: Lufthansa Airline Bans Jewish Passengers From Flight in Germany as German Police Surround Them – ACLJ Retained To Defend Them

By Jay Sekulow and Jordan Sekulow1652480022956

Whistleblower: The FBI Is Investigating Parents

By Jordan Sekulow1652389273212

Senate Fails To Codify Roe but the Battle For Life Is Not Over

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