ABA asks U.S. Supreme Court to Factor in Race in College Admissions

The American Bar Association filed an amicus brief today with the U.S.  Supreme Court, asking them to adhere to its prior decisions allowing consideration of race as a factor in the higher education admissions process.

The closely watched cases involve Harvard University and the University of North Carolina. In both, the issue is whether the two schools can employ admissions policies that consider race as one of several factors consistent with the court’s past decisions, including its 2003 ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger.

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