How is that relevant to the objective quality of the schools?
It's just pointless to compare the schools on the implicit assumptions that they represent their respective religious communities. Apples to oranges.
To the extent this was occurring, I agree, and I also agree the article's a little goofy.
That said, Cardozo is the most prominent law school specifically founded by Jews, just as Georgetown is the most prominent law school specifically founded by Catholics. In that sense, it's a fair comparison.
And bottom line, BYU appears to be an objectively better school, which is the real point of the thread.