March 5, 2012
by David Mulock
JURIST Guest Columnist William Araiza of the Brooklyn Law School says that if either the Ninth or Sixth Circuit strikes down state constitutional amendments ending affirmative action in college admissions using older lines of Supreme Court case law, the Supreme Court will likely grant certiorari ...[read more]
February 19, 2003
by Bernard Hibbitts
The University of Michigan Wednesday posted its briefs filed Tuesday with the US Supreme Court defending affirmative action admissions policies for the University of Michigan Law School (read the brief in Grutter v. Bollinger) and its undergraduate College for Literature, Science and the Arts ( ...[read more]
February 19, 2003
by Jeannie Shawl
Grutter v. Bollinger, brief defending affirmative action admissions policies for the University of Michigan School of Law, Board of Regents of the University of Michigan, filed February 18, 2003. Read the brief here. Gratz v. Bollinger, brief defending affirmative action admissions at Michigan... ...[read more]
February 18, 2003
by Bernard Hibbitts
Today is the deadline for filing amicus briefs in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases, scheduled for oral argument before the Supreme Court on April 1. Harvard University announced Monday that it and seven other major universities (Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown, Penn, Chicago, ...[read more]
January 17, 2003
by Bernard Hibbitts
The Solicitor General's amicus briefs for the University of Michigan affirmative action cases filed Thursday in the US Supreme Court are now online. Read the brief for Grutter v. Bollinger (the Law School admissions case) and the brief for Gratz v. Bollinger (the College of Literature, Science a... ...[read more]

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