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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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Critical Case Involves Discrimination of Christian Schools

By Laura Hernandez1570822502017

Last week, the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed an amicus brief with the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Carson v. Makin , a case challenging the State of Maine’s discrimination against Christian schools. In Maine, there are not enough public secondary schools, especially...

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Leftist Doxing of Conservatives and the First Amendment

By Laura Hernandez1570115343105

Last week, the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed an amicus brief in two related cases, Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP) v. Becerra and Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) v. Becerra. Both cases began in California when the Attorney General required all charities to submit lists of...

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ACLJ Files Briefs Supporting Pro-Life Healthcare Providers

By Laura Hernandez1566570754902

The ACLJ continues to take the fight to Planned Parenthood in the courts and in this case New York and California . We’ve just filed two amicus briefs defending the Department of Health and Human Services’ new Rules “Protecting Statutory Conscience Rights in Health Care.” These new rules enforce...

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Pro-Life Rule Stays in Effect As Appeal Goes to Court

By Laura Hernandez1562946376676

Yesterday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting en banc (11 judges instead of the normal 3), ruled that a panel ruling staying three district court injunctions against the “Protect Life” regulations will remain in effect while the full court hears the appeal. As we explained earlier, the...

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ACLJ Files Brief Detailing the Hidden Danger of Abortion

By Laura Hernandez1561734009311

Court Stays Injunctions Against Defunding Regulations

By Laura Hernandez1561404603178

Supporting Federal Regulations Defunding Planned Parenthood

By Laura Hernandez1560353849166

ACLJ Files Brief Supporting Challenge to ObamaCare

By Laura Hernandez1557865863648