Phoenix New Times reported that the court said that the city could not apply its Human Relations Ordinance to the business. The organizers of the moot court said the case is a good one for students."You have to balance their freedom of speech and religious concern with the city of Phoenix saying you can't discriminate against people," Chris Hersey, an attorney who is helping to train the students, told the Bay Area Reporter in a June 25 phone interview.
Hersey and his longtime friend, fellow attorney Willie Hernandez, are both members of the board of directors and legal advisory committee of SVUDL."SVUDL was started just over five years ago," Hernandez said. "We in the legal community have been looking at ways to invest in the pipeline of.