US Supreme Court oral arguments in Michigan admissions cases - audio

[JURIST] C-SPAN [official website] has just posted recorded audio of oral arguments made Tuesday before the US Supreme Court in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases. The arguments run for slightly more than 2 hours. For purposes of convenience, JURIST has separated the recordings of Grutter v. Bollinger (the law school admissions case) and Gratz v. Bollinger (the undergraduate admissions case).

 

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