(George Lin) A local attorney believes the likelihood of Tau Kappa Epsilon winning a court challenge on this issue would be highly unlikely.
Brian Bergin -- with Bergin, Frakes, Smalley & Oberholter -- points out that all students are required to sign a code of conduct prior to attending the university.
He acknowledges that the first amendment gives Americans freedom to conduct themselves in a reasonable manner, but he stresses that there are limitations.
Bergin says he believes university attorneys have crafted the code of conduct in such a specific manner to withstand any court challenges.
ASU revoked the TKE's charter membership after the frat hosted a controversial party that the university calls racially offensive.