Tuesday, April 18, 2006
wasn't about the law schools' free speech? Turns out that not only did the Supreme Court not buy their argument, neither did they. In a speech to Lambda at Harvard, BC Law Prof. Kent Greenfield, who founded and led the group, made that much pretty clear. Straight from the glowing Crimson article:
"He admitted that the case “wasn’t really about free speech,” as FAIR had asserted in its challenge, but “about equality.” FAIR, he said, had come up with a “creative” argument to fight Solomon."
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