In mid-1968 we undertook to advise Fordham University concerning steps that might be appropriate to establish its eligibility for public assistance. As part of that task we tried to determine the extent to which present law requires official differentiation between Church-related and other institutions of higher learning. Since the University sought a wholly detached consideration of its legal posture, our conclusions in this article represent our best judgment of the present state of the law and its probable development. We have avoided indicating our own personal position on debatable legal and ethical issues.
Constitutional Law | Education Law | First Amendment | Law
Walter Gellhorn & Kent Greenawalt,
Public Support and the Sectarian University,
Fordham L. Rev.
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