As hypothetical memo shows, despite challenger's 7-1 'victory' in Fisher, state schools face little risk
The Supreme Court on Monday stepped back from the brink of calling for an end to affirmative action programs, returning to a lower court the dispute over a race-conscious admissions program at the Un
...race in a multi-factor review of applicants for admission. Abigail Fisher, who mounted the challenge, had her cause argued by Bert Rein...
...T.'s are dismantled. On the other side, the petitioner Abigail Fisher contends that she was denied admission at U.T. due to...
Law school campuses have slowly grown more racially diverse during the past decade, to the point that minorities now account for 25 percent of law students nationally. But legal educators worry that
...with them," said Blum. When Blum took on the cause of Abigail Fisher, a white student who was rejected by the University of Texas...
"I guess we'll find out in about nine months," one of my colleagues said last week, referring to the Supreme Court's decision in Fisher v. University of Texas. It was almost like he was talk
The spirit — and the family — of Heman Sweatt were present in the courtroom Wednesday as the Supreme Court heard debate over race and admissions policies at the University of Texas at Aus
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