Panel Discussion: The Death Penalty: A Philosophical Perspective

John Marshall Law Review 30:463 (Winter 1997).


MR. RUEBNER: It is my pleasure to introduce Professor Spanbauer, who chairs today. She will introduce the moderator.

MS. SPANBAUER: Thank you, Professor Ruebner. Professor Donald Beschle of The John Marshall Law School will serve as moderator for our afternoon panel. He teaches anti-trust, constitutional law, property and religion and the law. Before joining the John Marshall faculty, he was associated with the New York Law Firm of Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon. He received a B.A. and J.D. degree from New York University. He has published over a dozen law review articles, the most recent of which is entitled, You Have Got To Be Careful. This article will be forthcoming in the North Carolina Law Review. His publications have been cited not only by commentators, but also by the United States Supreme Court. I give you a colleague who I am proud to be associated with, Professor Donald Beschle.