Boy Scouts of America et al. v. Dale
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This paper reviews the Boy Scouts of America et al. v. Dale (99 699 530 U S 640 2000) case in which the High Court held that the constitutional rights of the non-profit Boy Scouts Organization of New Jersey were violated by the New Jersey state Supreme Court, when the latter insisted that the organization erred in dismissing former employee, James Dale, upon discovery of the fact that he was homosexual.The paper further discusses how the organization also refused Dale subsequent application for an adult leadership position with the Boy Scouts.
From the Paper:"Focusing upon the Employment Practices of a Major Not-for-Profit Organization In recent years, the United States Supreme Court has rendered a number of decisions which have forced not-for-profit organizations to re-evaluate how they go about their business. Perhaps the most contentious of all has been Boy Scouts of America et al V. Dale (99-699) 530 U.S. 640 (2000) in which the hiring practices of one of America's most cherished non-profit organizations was held up to critical scrutiny by the United States Supreme Court. "
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