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Click on a title below to access either an individual article (denoted by an asterisk) or a set of articles published as a Special Report. The issue of publication appears in parentheses.

Special Reports for " Law"

Not So Black-and-White a Question *

The justices will decide whether a Michigan university's race-based admissions policy is constitutional.

Affirmative Action: Not So Black-and-White a Question (Grutter v. Bollinger)

Supreme Court Judgement:

June, 2003: Because the University of Michigan Law School (represented by Bollinger) was not using race as the only factor in choosing which students to accept, the Court found 5-4 that the school was not in violation of the laws regarding racial discrimination.

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