Associate Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration
Office: 601R, Media and Public Affairs Building
Professor Kasle has had extensive experience in law and telecommunication policy, including working as an attorney on the AT&T divestiture case. As University Marshal, Professor Kasle is the chief ceremonial officer of the university and participates in the design and implementation of major university events such as commencement. Additionally, Professor Kasle serves as faculty advisor for the SPPPA student journal, Policy Perspectives. Professor Kasle is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and is the faculty secretary of the GW chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
Justice and the Legal System I
Justice and the Legal System II
Justice and the Legal System III
B.S. Northwestern University (1968)
M.S. Northwestern University (1969)
J.D. Boston University School of Law (1972)
Decision to Divest: U.S. v. AT&T - 1974-84 (Washington, D.C.: Communications Press, 1986, 1989.) Co-edited a four-volume casebook on the government's antitrust suit against AT&T.
"Developments in Telecommunications: Impacts on State and Local Officials," Public Management, May 1985.
"Trends in Telecommunications Policy," Public Management, May 1984.
"Some States Will Oppose the Consent Decree in the Courts," Communications Lawyer, Winter 1983.