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JAG Staff
Our President
 Phillip Jauregui  

Phillip L. Jauregui, born January 9, 1970, serves as the President for Judicial Action Group, a 501(c) 4 Non-Profit Organization working towards judicial renewal and an agenda to address judicial activism.  In June 2005, he began serving as an organizer for a new national grassroots education and lobbying organization, Judeo-Christian Council for Constitutional Restoration, Inc. which was dedicated for the next generation to stopping judicial supremacy.

Jauregui has experience in constitutional law, governmental policy, national non-profit work and coalition building. He worked in the judicial branch as law clerk to Chief Justice Perry O. Hooper, Sr., of the Alabama Supreme Court. He served the executive branch as Assistant Legal Advisor to Alabama Governor Fob James.

He has served the national non-profit realm as Executive Director of the Judeo-Christian Council and in the coalition building venue for ValuesVoter.Org, which coordinated over fifty national ministries on a common legislative agenda: the “Values Voters Contract with Congress”.

Jauregui is a member of the Alliance Defense Fund (Honor Corps and Allied Attorney). Since 2005, he has been a member of Prison Fellowship – Alabama Council, and served on the Board of Directors with Sav-A-Life.

Our IT/Social Media Director
Stuart Brockwell   

Stuart Brockwell serves as JAG’s Director of Social Media, maintaining and updating the website, Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as any other online-related activities. He also operates as JAG’s IT Consultant, having significant experience in the field through his local technology support business. He graduated from SMIC Academy, a homeschool program in Birmingham, Alabama, and is studying advanced programming and business at Samford University.

He became involved back in January of 2007 as a part of JAG’s intern program, working alongside Phillip Jauregui and visiting Capitol Hill, which greatly assisted in gathering valuable experience in the areas of judicial activism and politics. After the period of his internship expired, he was asked to remain on-board with JAG and continue to offer various technical assistance. 

After his graduation in May of 2011, he was hired as JAG’s new Director of Social Media, and he is responsible for leading JAG’s actions in its new social media campaign. Stuart also manages JAG email alerts, videocasts, mailing campaigns, and other image-based media.

Our Development Director

Kathryn Friddle joined the Judicial Action Group as the Development Director in the summer of 2014. Kathryn was first acquainted with JAG in 2010 when she assisted Phillip Jauregui in opposing the nomination of Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court at a JAG event in Little Rock, Arkansas.

After graduating from Baylor University in 2002, Kathryn became the Media Director for the Free Market Foundation and the Liberty Legal Institute (now Liberty Institute) in Plano, Texas. From there, Kathryn went to law school at Texas Wesleyan (now Texas A&M School of Law) where she served on the Executive Board of the Texas Wesleyan Law Review as the Managing Editor and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006. Devoted to defending religious liberty and the U.S. Constitution, Kathryn became a Blackstone Fellow after completing the Blackstone Legal Fellowship program with the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF, formerly Alliance Defense Fund) in 2004 and is now an Allied Attorney with ADF. She was admitted to the Bar of Arkansas in 2006 and the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States in 2013.

Today, Kathryn resides in Fort Smith, Arkansas with her husband Cody and their four young children.