Hear Professor/Atty Josh Hawley … in his own words:
The strategically important “Hobby Lobby” Religious Liberty Case is to be/was heard before the U. S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 25th. 2014. Serving on the legal defense team is Attorney and University of Missouri Constitution Law Professor Josh Hawley, engaged by the Beckett Fund for Religious Liberty to do so. For months Josh has been involved in preparations of the case … and in the courtroom of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 25th. The court decision is expected in June, 2014.
Professor Hawley is a native of historic Lexington, MO, a small town just north of I 70, right in the heart of Missouri and the United States of America (with a Civil War cannon ball still in the Court House wall). A graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School, Josh met his wife as they were both clerking for U. S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts. They now live in Columbia , MO, where both teach in the University of Missouri Law School … and are now the parents of a little 16-month-old “clerk!”
He was secured by the Beckett Fund of Religious Liberty to be on the legal team defending the Religious Liberty of the 500+ stores of Hobby Lobby … whose company is being threatened by fines by the current U.S. Government Administration if they will not pay into a fund that finances four types of abortion. The threatened fine? $1,300,000 … each day!!
Josh Hawley, nine days after the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court hearing, provides guest leadership in a one-day Worldview Conference on the campus of Hannibal-LaGrange University on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014. Learn more at www.mbcpathway.com.
Additional related radio conversation available anytime – with their titles and “links” below – are
“Constitutional Law Prof Josh Hawley defends Hobby Lobby’s Religious Liberty to not fund abortions” … at http://haroldhendrick.com/content/view/484/5/ and
“MBC Pathway Editor Don Hinkle: ‘Attorney defending Hobby Lobby to speak at Worldview Conference’ … at http://haroldhendrick.com/content/view/506/5/.