(Flint Journal) The heads of Canada's law schools oppose Trinity Western University's attempts to start the country's first religious law school.
The Council of Canadian Law Deans has distributed a letter criticizing the evangelical Christian university's long-standing requirement that faculty and students refrain from homosexual relationships.
"It's very troubling for Canadian law school deans," Bill Flanagan, president of the Canadian Council of Law Deans, said in an interview this week.
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The deans' objection is Trinity Western University's Bible-based "community covenant," which the council says makes clear that "gay, lesbian or bisexual students may be subject to disciplinary measures including expulsion."