Lani Guinier uses the reasoning and language of the dissenters in the 6th Circuit's Grutter v. Bollinger decision and the University of Michigan Law School's mission statement as a prism through which to identify and evaluate the complexity of race as a concept and as a criterion for admission. Guinier further notes that the all-important LSAT is a far better indicator of privilege than a predictor of success.
The Pigment Perplex
The American Lawyer
August 12, 2002
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