FAIR v. Rumsfeld Update:

Doug Lederman at Inside Higher Ed has an exhaustive and linik-filled article on the various positions of parties and amici of the FAIR v. Rumsfeld litigation, including links to a number of the amicus briefs that have been filed in the case. John Eastman has weighed in with a typically interesting and provocative brief making an originalist argument.

Paul Caron has more on Harvard's decision to reverse itself and to permit access to military recruiters after previously excluding them. An early summary of the positions in the case is here.