Conservative commentators erupted in glee after the U.S. Supreme Court last week unanimously rejected a coalition of law schools and law professors' First Amendment challenge to the Solomon Amendment, which governs military recruiters' access to university campuses. But attorney Howard J. Bashman writes that, when a case is litigated as a matter of principle, even an 8-0 loss can represent a measure of success in the court of public opinion.
Liberal Law Professors and the Solomon Amendment Rout
Special to Law.com
March 13, 2006
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