Lawyers for two same-sex couples argued yesterday that Yeshiva University’s medical school unlawfully discriminates against lesbian and gay students by barring their life partners from apartments provided to married students.

The argument before a panel of the Appellate Division, First Department, came in the one of the first lawsuits in the United States to challenge a university policy barring same-sex couples from graduate student housing.

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