Oral Arguments in Affirmative Action Cases

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday in the Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College and Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. University of North Carolina cases. Now, loyal readers of our college admissions blog know where we stand on the hot … 

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Procedural Change in Affirmative Action Case

Back in March at her Senate confirmation hearing, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson agreed to recuse herself from the forthcoming Affirmative Action case if appointed to the United States Supreme Court. Back then, the nation’s highest court intended to hear both the Students For Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case as … 

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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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