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February 1, 2022

A Georgetown Job in Jeopardy

Marina Ziemnick

Ilya Shapiro is more than qualified to comment on the Supreme Court nomination process. If Georgetown Law is truly committed to intellectual diversity, that is exactly what its investigation will find......

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January 25, 2022

We’ll See You in Court, After All

Marina Ziemnick

The Supreme Court has propped up racial discrimination in this country for over four decades. It’s time for a new ruling to turn the tide. 

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December 21, 2021

‘Tis the Season for Admissions Folly!

David Acevedo

When it comes to anti-Asian racism, the Biden administration is all bark and no bite.

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September 13, 2021

The Supreme Court in the American Constitutional Order

Matthew J. Franck

Is there a crisis of public confidence in the Supreme Court, such that its “legitimacy” as an institution is threatened?

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October 8, 2019

From Campus to Kavanaugh: The Title IX Trajectory

Teresa R. Manning

When did presumption of innocence become presumption of guilt?

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October 19, 2018

On Point with Peter Wood

National Association of Scholars

On Wednesday, NAS President Peter Wood spoke to NPR’s On Point’s Meghna Chakrabarti about the case Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard.

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December 6, 2016

College Officials, Take Note: We’re Watching You

Roger Clegg

Roger Clegg discusses public disapproval of affirmative action, Fisher II, and responsible legal options for universities. 

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December 15, 2015

Fisher II and Strict Scrutiny: Not Very Strict

Glenn Ricketts

Jonathan Bean isn't expecting a great deal to change if the Supreme Court holds the University of Texas to "strict scrutiny."

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