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Jordan Sekulow
Jordan Sekulow is a human rights attorney and Director of International Operations for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). Before joining ACLJ, Sekulow worked as a grassroots political organizer, serving as the National Youth Director for Bush-Cheney 2004, as a full-time consultant on Governor Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign while attending law school, and as the 72-Hour Field Director for the Georgia Republican Party.

At ACLJ, Sekulow oversees the organization’s work in the Middle East, Africa, and Pakistan, liaising between the ACLJ, the European Center for Law and Justice (ECLJ), and the Slavic Center for Law and Justice (SCLJ). His responsibilities include representing the respective organizations before the United Nations.

Sekulow is a graduate of the Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Va and a member of the bar of the District of Columbia, where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy. Sekulow received his BA in Political Science from the George Washington University and has an LLM (Master of Laws) as well as a Certificate in International Human Rights Law from Georgetown University Law Center.

Sekulow is frequently called upon to offer insight as a political analyst on a wide range of domestic and international affairs and has been quoted by top-tier media outlets including MSNBC, FOX News, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, The Huffington Post, The Economist, The Post Chronicle, and

Entries by Jordan Sekulow

Protecting Students' Rights to Religious Expression

(526) Comments | Posted May 28, 2010 | 4:50 PM

In the midst of the Iraq War, a 12-year-old girl attending a middle school in the Schenectady, New York Central School District began wearing a red-white-and-blue beaded necklace. She wore the necklace to display her support for soldiers in Iraq and, more specifically, her family members serving in the war...

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Don't Let 'Allahu Akbar' Become A Pejorative

(9) Comments | Posted November 24, 2009 | 12:56 PM

"Allahu Akbar" was the last phrase shouted by Maj. Nidal Hasan as he started firing on fellow soldiers at the Ft. Hood Army base. If Hasan had carried out his Islam-inspired act on November 5, 2001, rather than 2009, no one would have hesitated to call the atrocity an act...

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