Kohinoor wrote:talibkweli wrote:EzraStiles wrote:http://umich.edu/news/index.html?Releases/2003/Jun03/supremecourt2
notably the phrase "In two lawsuits challenging University of Michigan admissions policies, the court ruled 5-4 in favor of the Law School"
Maybe not affirmative action in all it encompasses, but the law school was not forced to change its previous method of evaluation.
is justice rehnquist still the chief justice?
which came first: the gratz/grutter cases, or michigan's ballot initiative?
Pretty sure the ballot initiative came after and negated gratz/grutter.
oh i know, i just wanted the poster to look it up and stuff. he linked to a press release where a guy who is now retired gave the opinion.
michigan can still take into account all sorts of stuff, but they can't (legally) consider race and ethnicity. a great diversity statement explaining how one's perspectives and life experiences are different would still be helpful, i think.