Monday, January 09, 2006

33 USC Law Professors urge that the law school close its doors to military recruiters

Bobby Harrell of the Charleston Post and Courier has an op-ed up on the Solomon Amendment and efforts of the USC Law School faculty to ban military recruiters. Harrell wonders "what would happen if USC's law school campus were being attacked by al-Qaida. Would they keep the same closed-door policy?"

An interesting question.

The Solomon Amendment is a federal statute that withholds specified federal funds from institutions of higher education that deny military recruiters the same access to their campuses and students that they provide to other recruiters.

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