Scotsdale, Arizona 85260
Erik W. Stanley serves as senior legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom at its Kansas City Regional Service Center in Kansas, where he heads the Alliance Defending Freedom Pulpit Initiative to empower pastors across the nation to speak freely from their pulpits on all matters of life, including how Scripture and church teaching have application to candidates and elections. He has focused his practice on appellate law, free speech, traditional family values, pro-life, and religious liberty constitutional law. Stanley has filed, briefed, and argued numerous trial and appellate cases on constitutional issues throughout the United States. Stanley graduated from Temple University School of Law in the top five percent of his class and is a member of the Florida, Kansas, and the District of Columbia bars, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal district and appellate courts.
|Areas of Practice||1) Appellate law and 2) Religious liberty Constitutional law|
|Law School||Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1999|
|Bar Member / Association||Kansas Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association|
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