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Laura Hernandez

Laura Brown Hernandez is a Senior Research Counsel at the ACLJ emphasizing in constitutional litigation at the federal appellate level and has participated as amicus curiae counsel in numerous cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.

A graduate of The University of Richmond Law School in Richmond, Virginia, Hernandez clerked for the Honorable John D. Butzner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit before gaining extensive experience in private practice at law firms in Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia.

She has served as an adjunct professor of legal writing at Regent University where her husband, Michael V. Hernandez, serves as Professor of Law.

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ACLJ Files Brief to Defend “In God We Trust”

By Laura Hernandez1518793200000

Late last week, as we promised , the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed an amicus brief in federal appeals court defending our National Motto – “In God We Trust” – from a self-described Satanist who brought a lawsuit asking the court to order the motto excised from the nation’s...

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ACLJ Preparing to Defend the National Motto

By Laura Hernandez1513191600000

For many years, atheists have led the futile charge to have the National Motto excised from the nation’s currency. Undeterred by the atheists’ unbroken string of losses in courts around the country, a self identified “Satanist” has now joined the cause. The Satanist, Kenneth Mayle, filed suit in a...

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Latest Atheists' Attack on National Motto

By Laura Hernandez1487279631749

Litigious atheists never give up – at least when it comes to continuing their failing, but relentless, crusade against our National Motto – “In God We Trust.” Appealing their latest defeat to the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the atheists, represented by Michael Newdow, challenged the...

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The Battle Over "In God We Trust"

By Laura Hernandez1467831915482

Right before Independence Day weekend, the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, in a somewhat unusual move, granted angry atheists, who are challenging the National Motto (“In God We Trust”) on our currency, the right specifically to respond to the arguments made in our amicus...

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ACLJ, MOC Brief Defends National Motto

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Major Religious Liberty Case

By Laura Hernandez1462201928066

Protecting Religious Liberty of Soldiers

By Laura Hernandez1450890459853

The Battle for the Bible Continues

By Laura Hernandez1449852758899