Citing a 2006 U.S. Supreme Court decision finding that a government policy of withholding money to schools that bar military recruiters does not violate the First Amendment, the 2nd Circuit on Monday reversed a Connecticut federal court judge's contrary opinion and found that Yale Law School can be denied certain federal funding. The Solomon Amendment denies some federal funding to an academic institution if even one part of the institution does not allow military recruiters access to its campus.
Denial of Funds to Yale Law School Upheld Over Military Recruiter Ban
New York Law Journal
September 18, 2007