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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Briefs Filed in Case Challenging Constitutionality of Solomon Amendment

Following up on yesterday's post about Harvard's decision to reverse its position and allow the military to recruit at the law school after the Pentagon threatened to withhold federal grants under the Solomon Amendment:  Doug Lederman has a wonderful article in today's Inside Higher Ed summarizing the arguments in the briefs filed by yesterday's deadline in the Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the Solomon Amendment, Rumsfeld v. Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights (04-1152):

A broad array of institutions, law students and professors, and other groups have weighed in with legal arguments on behalf both of the federal government and of the law schools that are challenging the law.

Briefs Supporting Constitutionality of Solomon Amendment:

Briefs Challenging Constitutionality of Solomon Amendment:

For a copy of the 3rd Circuit's decision, see here.

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