Jay Sekulow Biography
Jay Sekulow was born in June 10, 1956 he is an American attorney who serves as Chief Counsel at the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ). Sekulow also hosts a talk show that airs on radio and television. He is a frequent guest commentator on the Christian Broadcasting Network and the Fox News Channel. Sekulow a self-described Messianic Jew, built a legal and media empire over a thirty-year period by representing conservative, religious, pro-life groups.
He is one of the President Donald Trump’s personal legal team, which is advising the president in connection with the conspiracy investigation, by a team led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller and by various Congressional committees, into links between Trump associates and Russian officials.
Jay Sekulow Age
According to Sekulow’s birthday which is 10th June 1956, he is 62 years old as of year 2018.
Jay Sekulow Family
Sekulow was born and brought up in Brooklyn, New York, he is the son of Natalie and Stanley Sekulow. He graduated from Lakeside High School in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned a B.A. and a J.D. from Mercer University. Sekulow got interested in Christianity and converted after encountering Jews for Jesus While attending Atlanta Baptist College which is currently know as the Atlanta campus of Mercer University. He earned a Ph.D. from Regent University in 2005, writing his dissertation on religious influence on Supreme Court Justices and their opinions.
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Sekulow Married his wife, Pamela (McPherson) in 1978,the couple have two adult sons, Jordan and Logan. The family lives in Brentwood, TN. His son Jordan Sekulow is an attorney with the ACLJ and Director of International Operations. Jordan also co-hosts the radio and television programming with his father. The other son Logan briefly starred in the Nickelodeon series U-Pick Live in 2005. Sekulow was raised as Jewish. Sekulow decided to convert to Christianity while in college and is now a Messianic Jew. Sekulow’s youngest brother Scott is the founder and Rabbi of the Messianic Jewish Congregation Beth Adonai in Atlanta, Georgia. Sekulow also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for The Supreme Court Historical Society in Washington, DC.
He is also a musician and leads the “Jay Sekulow Band”; he plays the drums and guitar.
Jay Sekulow Band| Band Members|Music
The Band is named with Sekulow, he is the leader of the Band. His talent extend to the drums and guitar. The Jay Sekulow Band performs covers, including The Beatles Taxman. The Jay Sekulow Band specialized in Christian music with a few original songs.
“Think of your dad’s garage band that performs the soundtrack of the late-’60s and mid-’70s, but with an overtly conservative and legal agenda,” the site’s writers said.
The band where Sekulow is expert on druming and playing guitar, John Schlitt is one of the members, best known as the lead singer for the pioneering Christian rock band Petra, and John Elefante, the mustachioed former lead singer of Kansas.Jun 19, 2017
Jay Sekulow Trump
He is included in the President Donald Trump’s personal legal team, which is advising the president in connection with the conspiracy investigation, the team is led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller and by various Congressional committees, into links between Trump associates and Russian officials.
Jay Sekulow Radio
Apart of being a lawyer and Chief Counsel for the ACLJ, Sekulow also hosts Jay Sekulow Live!, a syndicated daily radio program broadcast on terrestrial radio, and XM and Sirius satellite radios. The live call-in program focuses on legal and legislative topics. He is the host of ACLJ This Week, a weekly television news program broadcast on Trinity Broadcasting Network and Daystar.
Jay Sekulow Law Firm
Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) one of the most prestigious law firms in the country. Being an accomplished Supreme Court advocate he has argued cases 12 times at the Supreme Court of the United States including several landmark Which have become part of the legal landscape in the area of religious liberty clubs and religious organizations on their school campuses.
Jay Sekulow Net Worth
He is likely being paid between $1000-2000 per hour to represent Trump. In total it was estimate that Jay Sekulow net worth is at $30-50 million.
Jay Sekulow On Hannity
Sekulow appeared on Hannity on the Fox News channel to discuss latest developments in the presidential race with Sean Hannity.
Jay Sekulow New Book
Some of the books written by Jay Sekulow are:
- Undemocratic: How Unelected, Unaccountable Bureaucrats Are Stealing Your Liberty and Freedom May 19, 2015
by Jay Sekulow
- Unholy Alliance: The Agenda Iran, Russia, and Jihadists Share for Conquering the World Sep 20, 2016
by Jay Sekulow
- Undemocratic: How Unelected, Unaccountable Bureaucrats Are Stealing Your Liberty and Freedom by Jay Sekulow (2015-05-19)
by Jay Sekulow
- By Jay Sekulow – Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can’t Ignore (Annotated Edition) (2014-10-29) [Paperback]
by Jay Sekulow
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Legal Times published an article which alleged that Sekulow “through the ACLJ and a string of interconnected nonprofit and for-profit entities in November 2005,that Sekulow has built a financial empire that generates millions of dollars a year and supports a lavish lifestyle—complete with multiple homes, chauffeur-driven cars, and a private jet that he once used to ferry Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.” In the article, former donors and supporters claimed that he engaged in a pattern of self-dealing to finance his high lifestyle.” Sekulow was ranked by the American Institute of Philanthropy, a charity watchdog group, as the 13th highest paid executive of a charitable organization in the United States.
It was also reported on June 27, 2017 by the Washington Post that Sekulow’s family was paid millions from charities they control.
The Guardian reported on June 27 and 28, 2017, that documents obtained by them confirmed later that “millions in donations” were steered to his family members, that Sekulow “had plans to push poor and jobless people to donate money to his Christian nonprofit, which since 2000 has brought more than $60m to Sekulow, his family and their businesses”, and that attorneys general in New York and North Carolina opened investigations of Jay Sekulow’s group Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism (CASE) for possibly using pressure tactics in telemarketer calls to raise money which was allegedly misdirected to Sekulow and his family.