As a coalition of law schools prepares to battle the Department of Defense in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court next term involving a law requiring the accommodation of military recruiters on campuses, a group of nearly 100 law professors and students have filed a brief siding with the government. The amicus brief represents a growing schism among faculties divided about the military's "Don't Ask Don't Tell" sexual orientation policy and its role in recruiting law school students.
Military on Campus Splits Law Faculties
The National Law Journal
September 7, 2005
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