Yale Law invites military recruiters--but not to recruit

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He doesn't let military officers recruit his students but talking to them? That's encouraged, says Yale Law School's dean. Harold Koh invited Navy and Army JAG recruiters to speak on campus about the same Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy that is his grounds for keeping them out of the school's formal recruiting process, according to the Daily News. Only Army officers accepted the invitation. The Supreme Court ruled against similar policies at other law schools in March, but Yale Law's holdout continues because it has a separate case pending against the military.