DOJ Files Amicus Brief in Support of Appeal of SFFA v. Harvard Ruling

Earlier this month, the group that filed a lawsuit against Harvard University alleging that the school discriminates against Asian American applicants in its admissions process filed an appeal to Justice Allison Burroughs’ ruling in favor of Harvard in the seminal case. The fact that the group, Students for Fair Admissions, … 

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After the Harvard Ruling

Recently, a federal judge ruled that Harvard’s admissions process passes constitutional muster. But that same judge, in her decision, made clear that just because it passes constitutional muster doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement — particularly with respect to addressing discrimination against Asian American applicants. In a piece today … 

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