Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Lawyer 2 Lawyer · 35 minutes ·

Affirmative Action in Higher Education

Affirmative action has found its way to the Supreme Court. Last month, SCOTUS agreed to hear two cases brought by the Students for Fair Admissions: Students for Fair Admissions v. President & Fellows of Harvard College and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina. These cases were reviewed by SCOTUS and because of their similarities, consolidated.
So what could these cases mean for the future of affirmative action? Host Craig Williams is joined by Rachel F. Moran, a Distinguished Professor of Law at UCI Law, to spotlight affirmative action in higher education. Craig and Rachel discuss the history and origins, the two cases set to go before SCOTUS, and the impact these SCOTUS' decisions could have on college admissions and affirmative action.
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