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Wednesday, December 7, 2005

“Why Did the Fourth Circuit Suggest it Might Vacate its Decision In the Case of Alleged Dirty Bomb Conspirator Jose Padilla?” Jennifer Van Bergen has this essay online today at FindLaw.

Posted at 7:04 AM by Howard Bashman

“Supreme Court Weighs Military’s Access to Law Schools”: Linda Greenhouse has this article today in The New York Times.

David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times reports today that “Military Recruiting Bans Seem Doomed; The high court frowns on law schools’ claims that free speech and gay rights would be violated.”

Jan Crawford Greenburg of The Chicago Tribune reports that “Justices lean to recruiter access; Schools’ objections based on ‘don’t ask’ seem a hard sell.”

Joan Biskupic of USA Today reports that “Pentagon’s case gets sympathies.”

Michael McGough of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that “Supreme Court justices skeptical on recruiting ban; Law schools resist military on gays.”

Allen Pusey of The Dallas Morning News reports that “Justices frown on barring military recruiting on campus; Ban on gays is contrary to anti-bias policies, law schools tell high court.”

The Houston Chronicle reports that “High court appears to back campus military recruiters; It’s the first major gay-rights issue heard by the justices since the 2003 Texas case.”

The Boston Globe reports that “High court hears campus recruiting case; Schools want right to bar the military over stance on gays.”

The Daily Record of Parsippany, New Jersey reports that “Morris lawyer bolstered case for military recruiters; Dispute could decide future of activities on college campuses.”

The Harvard Crimson contains articles headlined “Court Seems Ready To Uphold Solomon Law; Justices slam schools’ free speech claims; only Souter is likely to vote for FAIR“; “HLS Students Predict Loss for FAIR; Listening to audio recording, crowd at Harkness gauges that free speech claims failed“; and “Protesters Clash Outside High Court; faces off against gay rights groups on courthouse steps.”

The Yale Daily News reports that “Supreme Court hears JAG arguments.”

The Columbia Spectator reports that “Supreme Court Hears Solomon Amendment Case.”

And The Daily Pennsylvanian reports that “Military recruiting law fiercely argued at Supreme Court; Solomon Amendment continues to incite university responses.”

Posted at 6:40 AM by Howard Bashman