A weekly roundup of exciting things happening at First Liberty.
We Were Slammed with Threats by the City: Rabbi Levi Illulian
Senior Counsel Jeremy Dys appeared on Fox News this week with our client, Rabbi Levi Illulian.
The City of Beverly Hills harassed the Rabbi for hosting religious gatherings in his home with family, neighbors and friends. In early December, the city withdrew a “Notice of Violation” against Rabbi Levi. That win came just in time for the beginning of Hannukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Watch Rabbi Levi and Jeremy discuss the case:
Congratulations Jeremy Dys for 10 Years of Service
Senior Counsel Jeremy Dys is celebrating 10 years at First Liberty. Jeremy’s knowledge, experience, exceptional legal and communications acumen are an essential part of First Liberty’s success over the past decade. His contributions have taken us to great heights.
Before joining First Liberty, Jeremy led one of America’s most influential state-level public policy groups defending life and marriage for several years. He felt God calling him to First Liberty to use his experience and talents to fight for Americans of all faiths.
Jeremy, we are truly blessed to have you on our team. We sincerely appreciate your work ethic and profound commitment to the cause. Thank you for the dedication and passion that you bring to the office every day. You inspire every one of us. We wish you a happy work anniversary and look forward to many more years of work together.
Watch below. Jeremy shares the incredible testimony of how God brought him to our organization:
First Liberty’s New Year’s Resolution? MORE Religious Freedom!
2024 is underway and thanks to your support we’re back to fighting for what matters most.
We are paying close attention to several of our critical fights that could shape the future of religious liberty for every American. We have many cases in the pipeline, including five cases right now which could be Supreme Court cases.
In case you missed it, watch this January update from our President and CEO Kelly Shackelford breaking down what’s in store this month: