Initial Case

In the aftermath of the lawsuit filing, various reactions were put forth by the broader community. Eventually, on June 14, 2022, Justice Kotler of the New York Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Pride Alliance.

Case Overviews

The Ghosts Have Become Alive: Yeshiva University and the Future of Religiously Affiliated Higher Education in America
Michael J. Broyde | May 10, 2021
YU Commentator
Michael J. Broyde lays out various possible strategies YU could use to not be forced to allow the Pride Alliance to become an official club.
Letter to the Editor: A Clarification
Michael J. Broyde | May 12, 2021
YU Commentator
Broyde clarifies that his giving strategies YU could use is only for the case where they think they can’t allow one, it does not necessarily reflect his personal views about letting the Pride Alliance exist.
Everything You Need to Know (So Far) About The LGBTQ Discrimination Case Against YU
Natan Ehrenreich | October 24, 2021
YU Commentator
Ehrenreich provides the legal and factual background relevant to the lawsuit against YU.

Related Articles

YU Must Allow LGBTQ Club to Form on Campus, Court Rules
Chaim Book, Seffi Jonas, Nava Katz, and Jonathan Levin | June 14, 2022
YU Commentator
Yeshiva University Must Recognize L.G.B.T.Q. Club, Judge Says
Liam Stack | June 13, 2021
New York Times

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