Yale vs. JAG: An update

I initially wrote at some length about Yale’s ban on campus recruiters for the military’s JAG program in “Yale vs. U.S. military, round 2.” I’m a couple weeks late in getting around to noting Keith Urbahn’s Yale Daily News column criticizing Yale’s very own lawsuit seeking to have the Solomon Amendment declared unconstitutional, but his criticism remains timely: “End to ‘don’t ask’ won’t come through JAG ban.” Also of interest is Val Walton’s Birmingham News article on one prominent Yale Law School alum who is not amused by Yale’s JAG ban: “Judge won’t use clerks from Yale.” And this column by Newt Gingrich and Vince Haley: “Yale backhands U.S. military.”


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