The Supreme Court seemed poised Tuesday to uphold a law requiring law schools to give equal campus access to military recruiters as a condition of receiving federal funds. Heller Ehrman's E. Joshua Rosenkranz attacked the law on First Amendment grounds as a form of compelled speech requiring schools to adopt the message "Join the army, but not if you're gay." He came under heavy fire from Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., whose questioning showed his conservativism perhaps more than any oral argument so far.
High Court Leans Towards Upholding Military Recruiters' Access to Law Schools
December 7, 2005
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