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First Liberty is the largest non-profit legal firm in America solely dedicated to defending and protecting our most important civil liberty: religious freedom.

For over two decades, First Liberty has been at the forefront of some of the nation’s most critical cases, representing people of all faiths across four key areas: the U.S. military, schools, houses of worship and the public arena, including the workplace.

Currently, First Liberty is fighting a record number of cases that are headed toward the U.S. Supreme Court. Every victory that First Liberty achieves at the Supreme Court has a profound impact on the religious freedom of veterans, teachers, students, legislators, private business owners and private citizens – all who are taking a courageous stand to fight for their First Amendment rights.

Click on the links below to learn more about First Liberty’s cases and clients.

Corpus Christi Cross Case

Corpus Christi Cross

May 23, 2016

Atheist from San Antonio sues Corpus Christi pastor for building America’s tallest cross on church property.

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NASA Case

NASA

February 8, 2016

NASA Illegally Censors ‘Jesus’ from Employee Emails, First Liberty Issues Demand Letter.

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In God We Trust Case

In God We Trust

October 2, 2015

Freedom From Religion Foundation threatens to sue Texas police chief over “In God We Trust” decals on department vehicles.

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Bob Eschliman Case

Bob Eschliman

July 27, 2015

Bob Eschliman, a man who had received almost 70 awards for his work in journalism, was fired from his job as Editor-in-Chief of the Newton Daily News on May 5, 2014 for religious beliefs he had expressed in a personal blog post.

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Tom Banks

July 10, 2015

Engineer fired by Ford Motor Company for religious beliefs.

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Oklahoma Ten Commandments Case

Oklahoma Ten Commandments

June 30, 2015

Oklahoma Supreme Court declares Ten Commandments monument unconstitutional.

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To The American Legion:

As a grateful citizen, I support your effort to honor those who have fallen in battle and to keep the Bladensburg WWI Veterans Memorial standing as a visible reminder of valor, sacrifice, endurance, and devotion.

Veterans memorials like the one in Bladensburg, MD are symbols reminding us of the sacrifice of our service members and the cost of war. Tearing down the Bladensburg Memorial would erase the memory of the 49 fallen heroes of Prince George’s County—like they never even existed.

We cannot allow the Bladensburg Memorial to be bulldozed.

Please know that you have my support and backing in your petition to the U.S. Supreme Court.