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Claim Your Free Copy of Saving America

September 23, 2016

Did you know that religion saves America $2.67 trillion per year? That religion cuts down crime? Makes happier marriages? Increases job satisfaction and performance? And keeps us free? But without religious freedom, all of these benefits and more could be lost. Read why the answer to “Who needs religion?” is

Conscientious Objector – FAQ

February 16, 2016

First Liberty  is committed to defending the religious rights of service members. This information is only intended to provide general guidance and should not be construed as legal advice. To request specific legal help, please submit a request.  Conscientious Objector Basics What is a Conscientious Objector? Short Answer: A Conscientious Objector is

A Time To Stand 2016

February 11, 2016

America is entering a period that renowned attorney Kelly Shackelford calls “a tipping point.” In this period, your religious freedom will either be saved or lost. The decisive battles will be fought in courtrooms. Yet the most important “soldiers” are not lawyers, but everyday people of faith who make the

Legal Glossary

January 28, 2016

Action- A general term that may refer to any number of legal options available to a client.  For example, “We will consider taking legal action in this matter.” Adjudication- The decision or resolution of a legal controversy by one with authority to do so. Affidavit- A declaration of facts confirmed—usually

Supreme Irony by Kelly Shackelford

January 27, 2016

In Supreme Irony, adapted form his 2013 lecture given in the chamber of the U.S. Supreme Court, noted constitutional attorney and First Liberty President and CEO Kelly Shackelford explains both the drama and law behind the U.S. Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines, and its significance for religious liberty.

Undeniable: The Survey of Hostility to Religion in America

January 27, 2016

In this exclusive annual publication from First Liberty, we carefully document each instance of religious hostility in America, and have included citations to court cases, links to news articles, or reports from organizations involved in the incidents.