Yes, it should be accredited.
No, it should not be accredited.
No, it should not have a law school to begin with.
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This is more liberal idiocy, trying to force people to adopt their social justice standards through terrorism.
To use your yardstick NO oversight but can the graduates pass a certain test need be applied to any Educational Facility...
That's the whole thing with liberal politics. It's all revenge based. If someone does something they don't like, they seek to impose penalties on them, even when those penalties have nothing to do with the views, to force them to change their policies. It's like saying the government can take away your driver's licence because they don't like your political views. One has nothing to do with the other.
Hobby Lobby isn't denying employment to those who use birth control- they just don't want to pay for it... but both are citing a religious exception to the law, THAT is the point.
The Law Society charged with oversight on law schools isn't 'picking on' Trinity Western... ALL law schools are not permitted to deny homosexuals admittance. It will be an interesting legal battle- fitting for a school wishing to defy sec 15 of the Charter.
Your argument about the exclusion of gays having no bearing is flawed- there are many other factors in the accreditation- housing, safety, sanitation, instructor credentials that are subject to rejection...
your argument would be Instructors need not be certified as long as students can pass the bar. Classrooms can be substandard as long as students pass the bar.
It will be very interesting in a nation like Canada which has embraced same sex marriage, faces religious fundamentalism's abhorrence of homosexuality.
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