CASEQueens College Students for Life v. Members of the City University of New York Board of Trustees

Client Story


Share this page
Summary
Queens College Students for Life and other campus groups applied to the college for “registered” status, seeking to join more than 100 student organizations—including pro-abortion clubs—which are allowed to reserve meeting space, invite speakers, and receive funding from mandatory student activity fees. Officials delayed and then rejected Students for Life’s application without explanation but approved the applications of at least two other groups immediately.
News Releases

NYC college recognizes pro-life club but must make policy changes

Religious Freedom

NYC college recognizes pro-life club but must make policy changes

The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Casey Mattox.

Jan 30, 2017 Read More

NYC college relegates pro-life student group to second-class status

Religious Freedom

NYC college relegates pro-life student group to second-class status

ADF represents Students for Life chapter at Queens College in new lawsuit

Jan 25, 2017 Read More
Share this page
Documents
https://adflegal.blob.core.windows.net/web-content-dev/docs/default-source/documents/case-documents/queens-college-students-for-life-v.-members-of-the-city-university-of-new-york-board-of-trustees/queens-college-students-for-life-v-members-of-the-city-university-of-ny-board-of-trustees---complaint.pdf?sfvrsn=6
Court Title Date
Trial Court
Complaint Jan 25 2017

Commentary

Resources

Watch: Norvilia Etienne's Story:

 

Biographies

Media Documents

Related Cases