Unsolomonic…and unfair

Reader Patrick P. writes to comment on my notes on the Third Circuit decision posted below in “An unsolomonic decision” as follows:

As a recent graduate of the Yale Law School I was present during most of the events that you discussed regarding the Solomon Amendment and JAG recruiters. My strongest memory from the whole incident was the sense of self-righteous hypocrisy that permeated most of the student body and the professors during this period. In essence, almost all of the students at the law school were knowingly and willingly going to work for employers that violated either the spirit or letter of the non-discrimination policy; however, they felt no qualms about openly attacking the JAG recruiters for

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