Yale Law School Bows to LGBT Activists, Blacklists Christian Legal Firms
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Yale Law School students who intern at firms that support and defend traditional Christian values will no longer receive stipends after a campus LGBT group complained.
And if some students at the Ivy League school had their way, Christians would no longer be admitted to the law school.
The LGBT group known as Outlaws raised the issue after the Yale Federalist Society invited an Alliance Defending Freedom attorney to speak on campus. ADF is one of the nation’s top religious liberty law firms.
Most recently, they successfully defended Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips at the Supreme Court. The LGBT group was so enraged by the invitation, they launched a boycott.
“In addition to the boycott, some students said people who supported ADF’s position should no longer be admitted to the law school,” Yale Law student and Marine Corps veteran Aaron Haviland wrote in an essay titled, “I Thought I Could Be A Christian and Constitutionalist at Yale Law School. I Was Wrong.”
“You would think that the number one law school in the country should be a cut above the rest,” Haviland wrote. “But it’s actually an environment of intense hostility towards Christians and constitutionalists.”