No matter the result, the landmark litigation against the University of Michigan may trigger long-lasting changes in the way the law schools choose their students. While dozens of briefs argue that the Supreme Court should keep its hands off the admissions policies, the cases are nonetheless "prompting the law school community to take stock in a serious way," says O'Melveny & Myers' Walter Dellinger.
Law School Admissions Face Intense Scrutiny
March 24, 2003
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