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CeCe Heil

CeCe Heil is a Senior Counsel specializing in public policy and global legal matters including the United Nations. She heads a team of lawyers handling cases in defense of life, protection of US National Security interests and dealing with Islamic extremism.

Before joining the ACLJ, Heil worked in private practice in Missouri and Tennessee serving as counsel to many internationally recognized clients and is on the board of several national ministries. She is a recognized leader in her work to have pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise policies enacted, including being a candidate for Congress. Her service and knowledge as a Constitutional scholar earned her the support of Sarah Palin and was one of a handful of candidates named as a “Mama Grizzly” by the former Alaska Governor.

Heil is a 1992 graduate of Regent University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in California, Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee, and before the United States Supreme Court.

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Critical Oral Intervention for Persecuted Christians in Pakistan

By CeCe Heil1634052031046

Christians in Pakistan are continuing to face persistent persecution, including blatant discrimination by the government and violent attacks by radical Islamic mobs. In a recent written submission to the U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC), we highlighted how Christians in Pakistan are persecuted...

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Intervening at the UN HRC For Falsely Accused Christian in Pakistan

By CeCe Heil1631551661168

Blasphemy laws and their abuse are still a big challenge in Pakistan. Many false accusations continue to surface, mobs threaten to kill the accused, and the justice system is failing to provide due process of law, even after the Government of Pakistan stated that blasphemy laws will not be misused...

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ACLJ Delivers Oral Intervention on Human Trafficking at the UN HRC

By CeCe Heil1628168340000

In its 47th Session, the U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC) convened on the topic of trafficking in persons. During the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, I presented an oral intervention regarding this modern-day slavery issue.

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ACLJ Files Supreme Court Brief on Behalf of ECLJ in Dobbs v. Jackson

By CeCe Heil1627598293547

No issue, other than slavery, has divided our nation more than abortion. On one side of the debate, there are people and groups like the ACLJ who believe in the biblical principle that life is sacred and that unborn children are entitled to the fundamental rights of life and liberty. On the other...

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Christian Family Threatened by Neighbors and Police in Pakistan

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At the U.N. To Address Religious Freedom Violations in India

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ACLJ Denounces “Senseless Violence” Against Unborn Babies at U.N.

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ACLJ Urges UN Human Rights Council To Denounce Infanticide Worldwide

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