Vision Quest 2017October 3, 2016
Alan RossMay 19, 2017
Mathew D. Staver is the Founder and Chairman of Liberty
Counsel, Chairman of Liberty Counsel Action, Chairman of
Freedom Federation, Chairman of Salt & Light Council, and
Chief Counsel & Vice President of the National Hispanic
Christian Leadership Conference. He has the highest AV rating
given to attorneys by Martindale-Hubbell and is board certified
in Appellate Practice.
Liberty Counsel is an international nonprofit litigation,
education, and policy organization dedicated to advancing
religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the family since 1989,
by providing pro bono assistance and representation on these
and related topics. With offices in Florida, California, Virginia,
and Washington, D.C., Liberty Counsel has hundreds of affiliate
attorneys around the country and has a presence in Israel.
Mr. Staver holds Bachelor, Master, and Juris Doctorate degrees
and an honorary Doctorate of Law and Doctorate of Divinity.
He has argued two landmark cases before the United States
Supreme Court as lead counsel and written numerous briefs to
the High Court. Mat has argued in numerous state and federal
courts across the country and has over 210 published legal
opinions. He has authored hundreds of popular articles, seven
scholarly law review publications, numerous brochures and
booklets, and 11 books, most of which focus on constitutional
law, including his two most recent books, Eternal Vigilance:
Knowing and Protecting Your Religious Freedom, the most
comprehensive book ever written on religious liberty, and Same
-Sex Marriage: Putting Every Household at Risk.
Mr. Staver produces and hosts Faith & Freedom, a 15-minute
daily radio program, and Freedom’s Call, a 60-second daily radio
program. As a former pastor and one of the nation’s preeminent
constitutional attorneys, he frequently appears as a guest on
national network and cable TV and radio programs and also
appears in several thousand print articles each year.
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