Keister v. Bell
SLF files an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging it to hear challenge to the University of Alabama's unconstitutional censorship
SLF Public Comment: Discriminatory Race-Based Farm Loan Program
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) has filed a formal comment urging USDA to stop discriminating on the basis of race and making recommendations regarding the implementation of a new federal spending program for farmers and ranchers.
1A – University of Maine
SLF calls for end to bias reporting system at the University of Maine.
1A – Southern Utah University
SLF warns against censorship caused by bias reporting system at SUU.
1A – Iowa State University
SLF demands change to unreasonable tabling policy at Iowa State University.
Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard
Southeastern Legal Foundation supports Supreme Court petition to strike down race-conscious admissions policies as unconstitutional.
Request for Investigation: Webster Groves School District
On behalf of concerned parents, SLF requests that the Missouri Attorney General investigate possible violations of laws protecting students' privacy resulting from student surveys on personal and protected topics such as political beliefs, sexual activity, gender, mental health, and family relationships.
Deemar v. Evanston/Skokie School District 65
For years, the Evanston/Skokie School District 65 has been forcing its teachers to participate in, teach their ...
1A – Louisiana State University
SLF sends demand letter to LSU challenging bias reporting system.
SLF Public Comment: Title IX
SLF takes a stand against illegal and unconstitutional changes to Title IX through public comments and coalition letters.
1A – Miami University
SLF calls on Miami University to revise and clarify facilities use policies that infringe on free speech.
Solomon v. St. Louis Circuit Attorney
Lawsuit against the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's office for refusing to respond to a Sunshine Law request seeking communications between Kimberly Gardner's office and numerous individuals such as George Soros, the Missouri Workforce Housing Association, state Representatives Stacy Newman and Jay Barnes, and others.