The lawsuit between the Association of Christian Schools International, Calvary Chapel Christian School and the University of California system over the UC’s refusal to give credit for certain courses taught in Christian schools is going to trial on December 12th, according to the New York Times. I would like to follow that trial nearly as closely as I did the Dover trial, but I don’t know anyone involved in it the way I did in Dover. I’m looking for either a public webpage that has the briefs, motions and even depositions and transcripts (when they are available) posted to it, or someone with PACER access who is willing to email me anything they can find on it. The case is taking place in the Federal District Court in Los Angeles, but that website doesn’t appear to have anything at all. So any of my legal readers out there who can find or access such information, you will receive my undying gratitude and a gold star on my refrigerator.
Slight correction: the hearing on Dec 12th is on the UC’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. I would love to see the briefs filed by both sides on that motion.