Case

Amidon v. State University of New York at Albany

ADF-allied attorney wins case against SUNY Albany for using majority rule to sidestep equal treatment for Christian and conservative student groups (4/27/2020)

Blog

Student Activity Fee Referenda: when the democratic process violates the First Amendment

Today, I examine the constitutional implications of melding student fee allocation with the democratic process: the student fee referendum. First, some clarifications. (4/19/2020)

Blog

Student Activity Fees: Allocating Fees Based on Clear Standards

Today’s post will provide principles that student fee allocation committees can rely upon when distributing fees and insight for student groups to determine if their rights are being violated (and they just don’t know it). (4/19/2020)

Press Release

Judge affirms intellectual diversity on public college campuses

ADF allied attorney wins case against SUNY Albany for using majority rule in allocating mandatory student fees (4/19/2020)

Press Release

Appeals court affirms intellectual diversity on public college campuses

ADF-allied attorney wins case against SUNY Albany for using majority rule to sidestep equal treatment for Christian and conservative student groups (4/19/2020)