Higher Education | Yale Law School’s response to an LGBT group’s demands raises questions for students concerned about religious liberty
by Jamie Dean
Posted 4/25/19, 04:10 pm
At a springtime reception for students admitted to Yale Law School, a quiet question circulated among some prospective members of next fall’s class: Should I still attend Yale?
Aaron Haviland—a third-year law student slated to graduate in May—answered yes: “But it’s a harder decision than when I made it.”
Haviland doesn’t have an acute case of senioritis. But he and other conservative students at the Ivy League law school say they face another condition: a hostile environment for students who defend religious liberty.