Click here to read Tony Mauro’s piece in the Legal Times. I know this article came out a while back, but by request, I am posting the link to the original piece.
I called the ACLJ to see if Jay had responded to Mauro’s article. I was told that Jay did not intend to respond other than a press release which you can see below:
In his response, Mr. Sekulow justifies his lifestyle with implication that the pay is commensurate with his skills and line of work. The problem I have is that Sekulow makes his money from mostly $5-$10 dollar donations from the middle class. He is, in effect, doing ministry in a charitable organization. I believe that if you choose to be in such a line of work, i.e. ministry and charity, then you forfeit your claim to the amenities that others in a similar situation may enjoy.