Frederick Mark Gedicks holds the Guy Anderson Chair at Brigham Young University Law School, where he has taught since 1990. Professor Gedicks grew up in New Jersey and southern California. Following graduation from law school and a clerkship on the Ninth Circuit, he practiced corporation and securities law in Phoenix, Arizona, until he entered law teaching. Professor Gedicks is widely published on law and religion and constitutional interpretation; his current research focuses on legal conflicts generated by religious accommodations from anti-discrimination and reproductive health laws. Professor Gedicks has taught as a visiting professor at the University of Denver, the University of North Carolina, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of Utah. He is fluent in Italian and has lectured at law schools throughout Italy.
Talk About posts by Frederick Mark Gedicks:
- The Students for Fair Admissions Cases at the Supreme Court: Commentary by Frederick Mark Gedicks
- Kennedy v. Bremerton School District: Gedicks’s Comment
- Protecting Religious Free Exercise Like Other First Amendment Rights: A Response to Justice Barrett
- The U.S. Supreme Court and Pandemic Restrictions on Religious Worship