Jordan Sekulow (’09), Director of International Relations for American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, and Al-Jazeera in recent weeks discussing everything from the reaction of Justice Alito to President Obama's State of the Union, to a possible reversal of policy to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammad in a military tribunal instead of civilian court.
Sekulow spoke February 16th on MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan show about bank regulation. He also appeared on Fox News’ Red Eye on March 12th to discuss curriculum modifications in Texas.
On March 16th, on MSNBC’s Shuster Showdown, Sekulow discussed a Keep America Safe advertisement regarding the Department of Justice attorneys that represented Al Qaeda terrorists.
On March 23rd, he appeared again on the Dylan Ratigan show to speak about the protests made in wake of the health care bill.
Gary McCaleb (’97), Senior Counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund and Senior Vice President of Litigation Support and Mentoring, was quoted in a March 16th article in The National Law Journal about a letter that he wrote urging Congress to make changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.