Law Schools Weigh Ban on Military Recruiters over Trans Policy

With President Trump directing the U.S. military to enact a prohibition on transgender military service, at least two law schools — the Vermont Law School and Mitchell Hamline School of Law — are considering whether to enact a ban on military recruiters in response, which would be similar to policies they had under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

Maryellen Apelquist, a spokesperson for the Vermont Law School, said in response to a Washington Blade inquiry the school will consider banning military recruiters in the aftermath of Trump’s memo.

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