Case

South Carolina Politics Club v. Osborne

College of Charleston agrees to pay $20K in settlement over unconstitutional policies (6/2/2020)

Blog

College Club Told to Get a “Different Purpose” to Become a Registered Student Organization

When the South Carolina Politics Club applied to be a Recognized Student Organization at the College of Charleston, the group was given three options. (4/20/2020)

Blog

This Student Group Was Denied Recognition – But It Didn’t Take “No” for an Answer

College administrators cannot arbitrarily determine that one student group is too similar to another group and deny that student group access to funds on that basis. (8/3/2020)

Press Release

Lawsuit prompts SC college to recognize non-partisan student politics club, make policy changes

College of Charleston agrees to pay $20K in settlement over unconstitutional policies (4/19/2020)

Press Release

Non-partisan student politics club sues College of Charleston for unlawful discrimination

ADF attorneys represent South Carolina Politics Club (4/19/2020)

Blog

News You Should Know: Study Linking Gender Confusion and Peer Pressure Scrubbed, Plus More

Did you see these news stories from the past week? (4/20/2020)