Jim Oleske is a professor of law from Lewis & Clark Law School. Prior to joining Lewis & Clark in 2011, Jim Oleske served as Chief of Staff of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs during the first two years of the Obama Administration. Professor Oleske was the 2014 recipient of the Leo Levenson Award for excellence in teaching, and his research focuses on the intersection of religious liberty and other constitutional values. From January-June 2019, he conducted research in the United Kingdom as a Fulbright Scholar based at Cardiff University’s Centre for Law and Religion.
Host Craig Williams and guest Jim Oleske talk about the recent rulings on religious freedom cases that have come before SCOTUS and the impact these rulings will have on future cases.
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