Arguments before the Supreme Court on Tuesday left affirmative action supporters more optimistic than they expected to be that a Michigan ban on racial preference programs might be struck down
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The dearth of women arguing before the Supreme Court is still a reality, but the numbers are improving, Supreme Court and appellate practitioners said Tuesday night
After significant wins in the affirmative action and Voting Rights Act cases in front of the U.S. Supreme Court last term, Bert Rein says he's ready for another season in the majors
Long saddled with the label of "swing vote," U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has a new moniker that will travel with him into history: the court's strongest champion of gay rights
...have to prove not only that its consideration of race meets Grutter v. Bollinger’s mandate to avoid quotas (which it surely...
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
...supports affirmative action, was moved by parts of Thomas' dissent in Grutter v. Bollinger, such as his questions about law schools' use of...
...Maureen Mahoney, argued and won the 2003 affirmative action ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger, involving the University of Michigan School of Law. Solicitor...
...petition, Schuette said the Supreme Court in its 2003 decision in Grutter v. Bollinger invited states to experiment with race neutral alternatives for...
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