A federal judge in Alabama has announced that he will not consider Yale Law School students for federal clerkships because of the school's decision to deny military recruiters equal access to its campus. . . .
[I]n a recent letter to his alma mater, Senior Judge William M. Acker of the Northern District of Alabama in Birmingham told the school's dean that no Yale law students need apply for clerkships " ... unless and until YLS [Yale Law School] changes its mind or the Solomon Amendment is found by the Second Circuit or by the Supreme Court to be constitutional and enforceable against YLS," the judge wrote.