Jay Sekulow is the leading Supreme Court advocate of the Christian right, chief counsel of the Pat Robertson-founded American Center for Law and Justice and a visible champion of President Bush's high court nominees. Sekulow has also, via interconnected nonprofit and for-profit entities, built an empire that generates millions of dollars a year and supports a lavish lifestyle. That less-known side is revealed in interviews with ex-associates and court and tax documents reviewed by Legal Times.
The Secrets of Jay Sekulow
November 1, 2005
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