University of Alabama secretly censors pro-life display | National Review

University of Alabama removes “offensive” pro-life display | LifeNews

University of Alabama removes “offensive” pro-life display | WORLD

U. of Ala. removes “offensive” pro-life display

Labor Relations Board invites input on jurisdiction over religious colleges

Canada: Pressure mounts on law societies to reject faith-based school’s graduates

Wyoming Catholic College joins Diocese of Cheyenne’s suit against HHS mandate

Colorado kills bill to protect religious groups on campus | National Catholic Register

Damages Only $1, But Lawyers Prevail and Get $34,772

Notre Dame revives bid for injunction over contraception

CO: Lawmakers shoot down bill that could have allowed religious student groups state money

Canada: Concordia University defends its stance against secular charter at hearings

ADF attorney to testify in favor of Colo. student group religious freedom bill Monday

FIRE report finds very restrictive speech codes at American universities

UW-Extension boots Gideon Bibles from guest rooms after complaint

Grace Awarded ‘Abortion Pill’ Mandate Suspension | Stacey Page Online

Law Professors Give ABA an Earful on Tenure’s Future

Federal Judge Grants Injunction In Oklahoma Universities’ Health Care Lawsuit | Newson6.com

Biola University, Grace Seminary Granted Exemption From Obamacare Abortion Pill Mandate | Christian Post

Confusing Cause and Effect for the Law School Bubble

Biola University, Grace Seminary Granted Exemption From Obamacare Abortion Pill Mandate | ChristianNews.net (includes video)

4 Christian universities get injunction in Affordable Care Act lawsuit | Med City News

Abortion pill mandate stopped for four Okla. universities

U. of Mich. sued for funding student events based on which views it prefers | Alliance Defending Freedom

Kansas’ Unauthorized LL.M. Program Draws ABA Censure

Gonzaga Drops Direct Contraceptive Coverage, Still Complies with HHS Mandate

“Canada approves ‘homophobic’ law school” | BBC

Nation’s Law Schools See Lowest Enrollment Since 1975

‘Preferred’ pronouns gain traction at US colleges

Should the Supreme Court Have Unpaid Interns?

Eastern Michigan University Will Stop Discriminating Against Pro-Life Group | LifeNews

Students For Life, ADF lawsuit resolved | The Eastern Echo

Marriage and families undercut by cohabitation and debt, Cardinal O’Malley says

EMU Settles with Students for Life, the Alliance Defending Freedom | WEMU 89.1

EMU agrees to end discrimination against pro-life student group | Alliance Defending Freedom

EMU settles lawsuit with student group after funding denial for anti-abortion exhibit | MLive.com

Rarified Credentials Still Favored in Law Faculty Hiring

    Karen Sloan at National Law Journal: But when it came making offers, candidates with J.D.s from top schools dominated. They accounted for 68 percent of applicants and 82 percent of those hired. Drilling down even further, candidates with J.D.s from Harvard Law School, Yale Law School and Stanford Law School—highly prestigious schools known for turning out large numbers of future professors—together were 27 percent more likely to land jobs than those from all other law schools.


  • Posted: 11/19/2013
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Students rally for Rutgers University bus driver who says prayer led to his dismissal

Atheist Student Leader OK at Ore. Christian School

Expanded the Range of Respectable Opinion in Constitutional Discourse

Baylor retains ban on homosexual behavior

Colorado College lists five genders, including ‘queer,’ on applications

Former Faculty Members’ Suit Against Religious College Dismissed On Establishment Clause Grounds

Ohio student wins free-speech victory on college campus | One News Now

2 Ind. colleges say they’ll oppose marriage amendment

Memo from Paul Ryan to Georgetown Faculty: Ever Heard of a Tea Party Catholic?

High Court Refuses to Hear Case of Crystal Dixon

Air Force: ‘so Help Me God’ No Longer Required In Oath | AWR Hawkins at Breitbart

Graduate Students Scheduled to Attend UN Training Session

Air Force Academy May Drop Religious Reference From Oath

Ohio College Settles Lawsuit, Will Stop Discriminating Against Pro-Life Students

Ohio college stops confining speech to 1% of campus | Alliance Defending Freedom

Yale holds 1st annual pro-life conference, ‘Vita et Veritas’ on campus

Court refuses to question students’ constitutional rights | One News Now

Freedom of speech | Brainerd Dispatch

    Brainerd Dispatch: Alan Sears, president of Alliance Defending Freedom said, “The level of hostility to Christianity on many of America’s tax-supported campuses — the ones you are paying for where seven out of 10 students attend — has reached a crisis point. He also told about his own family’s brush with anti-Christian hostility on campus when one of his daughters chose to attend a state university. “While our daughter quietly stood with other women who were standing for marriage as the unon of one man and one woman — she saw the vicious response almost immediately. She heard not only name calling from passing students, but also witnessed a physical attack, as some threw wooden stakes at her Christian sister.” . . . For more information on discrimination against Christian beliefs, go online to AllianceDefendingFreedom.org.


  • Posted: 10/21/2013
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Court refuses to question students’ constitutional rights | One News Now

Come Out and Celebrate? At Notre Dame | Michael Bradley at Public Discourse

500 employees oppose end of abortion coverage at California Jesuit college

Faith and (Dorm) Life | Gerard Bradley at Public Discourse

Pro-life campus display defaced at Northern Kentucky University – again

Troy responds to Freedom From Religion Foundation’s claim of illegal dorm

Conservative student paper wins final legal battle with college | World Magazine

New Blog Airs Law Schools’ Laundry: Deans aim for tough look at legal education.

Iran’s President Calls For Academic Freedoms

Santa Clara University drops insurance for elective abortions

“Diversity Officer Sues Gallaudet U. Over Gay Marriage Petition Suspension”

Jesuit campus waffles on abortion coverage

U.S. Justice Kennedy visits Penn law school

Duke panel will dissect abortion legislation

Supreme Court lets victory for free speech at OSU stand | Alliance Defending Freedom

Speaking of the Scalia Interview… Three Originalists on the Harvard Faculty?