Home » Education » George Artem – Student At New England Law Boston – Files Appeal In Suit On The School’s COVID-19 Testing, Social Distancing and Mandatory Covid Vaccination Policies

Mr. Artem was accepted to the law school in January 2020, according to his amended complaint, which was filed July 23 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts – Case #e1:21-cv-10981-WGY. He claims the vaccines, which the action describes as “mRNA injections,” are experimental. Artem filed a Notice of Appeal on August 17. 

Boston, Mass., August 23, 2021, As the nation falls deeper into the grasp of the Covid-19 Pandemic, many entities, both private and public are implementing policies to halt or slow down the spread of the Coronavirus. The problem is that in some instances, Covid Vaccines, although untested, are being imposed on the public. While not being accepted by the FDA, this may be tantamount to testing the vaccines on the public.

George Artem has been attending as a night student, according to his complaint, which was filed June 11 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. He claims the vaccines, which the action describes as “mRNA injections,” are a “low-grade bio-weapon derivative poison”, and that the school has not responded to his communications asking that they inform students that they have a right to refuse the vaccines.

The action also alleges the law school has not responded to Artem’s request for an “ethical, philosophical or religious” vaccine exemption. It seeks a preliminary injunction on the law school’s COVID-19 testing and social distancing policy.

A New England Law Boston spokesperson told the ABA Journal in an email they have not issued a COVID-19 vaccination policy yet. “Our leadership team is working to ensure that our go-forward policies protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff in the New England Law Boston community,” she wrote.

As for law schools that are not stand-alone institutions (like New England Law Boston), most will follow university vaccination policies. The topic has not had broad discussion among law school deans, according to Vincent Rougeau, the dean of Boston College Law School and president of the Association of American Law Schools.

As relief, Mr. Artem requests a preliminary injunction on the defendant’s alleged discriminatory and unlawful revised testing and social distancing policy as part of its return to campus policy for the Fall of 2021.

For more information, visit: https://www.georgeartem.com/statementonappeal.html

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