This is a Canadian issue but I'm sure that Americans can chime in. Trinity Western University is a private Christian university in B.C., which recently got a law school. A controversy has risen among law societies because Trinity Western has a discriminatory policy against homosexuals saying that same-sex intimacy is prohibited. For context B.C. is not a conservative province and was the second province to legalize same-sex marriage. The Upper Canada Law Society (Ontario) voted this week to refuse accreditation with those opposing the school saying: “I cannot vote to accredit a law school which seeks to control students in their bedrooms.” This is a major setback for the university as it has been refused accreditation by the largest and most influential law society. Nova Scotia voted to recognize it but only if they remove the discriminatory policy. Lawyers and activists in B.C. and Ontario have launched a court challenge and petitions to refuse the university to have a law school to begin with. Trinity Western would also be the only private university with a law school.
I personally do not believe Trinity Western should have a law school to begin with. They are a private university but that changes with law students.