The Supreme Court is considering the cases of SFFA v. Harvard and SFFA v. UNC, landmark cases that call into question the constitutionality of racial preferences in higher education.
How did we arrive here? What, historically, has been the Court's ruling on racial preferences, and how has the law shaped the current regime of institutionalized racial preferences at America's institutions of higher education?
The webinar features Dennis Saffran, appellate attorney and political and public policy writer; Richard Sander, Jesse Dukeminier Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law; and Willliam Trachman, General Counsel for the Mountain States Legal Foundation. The discussion is moderated by David Randall, Director of Research for the National Association of Scholars.
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