The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday in a key church-state dispute over the status of a Christian group at a state university law school. But the discussion quickly devolved into a testy debate over the factual record in the case and what it was all about. The advocates clashed with each other -- and with some of the justices -- over the breadth of the University of California Hastings College of the Law's nondiscrimination policy, under which the school denied official recognition to the Christian group.
Supreme Court Arguments Turn Heated in Case Over Christian Law Student Group
The National Law Journal
April 20, 2010