Professor Donald L. Beschle
His article, “Does a Broad Free Exercise Right Require a Narrow Definition of “Religion”? has been posted to a blog for the Center for Law and Religion Forum of St. John’s University School of Law. The article first appeared in the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Vol. 39:2 published by Hastings University College of the Law.
The article focuses on the 1990 case of Employment Division v. Smith, in which a sharply divided Supreme Court abandoned the routine application of strict scrutiny when considering the Free Exercise Clause claims seeking exemption from generally applicable legal duties or prohibitions.
Chief Technology Officer
On Dec. 13, 2012, he will be one of five persons serving on the Digital Signage Expo’s Advisory Board webcast discussing the variety of ways digital signage installations are used, and the role that mobile vs. digital signage plays in effectively reaching their constituencies.