Almost every time I’m with a group of Asian-American lawyers, the talk inevitably turns to the Harvard University admissions case in which the Big-H was accused of discrimination against Asian-American applicants. The headline-grabbing trial took place this fall, but what’s the upshot?

Rest assured, it’s still alive. It’s in a quiet phase, as both sides await federal judge Allison Burroughs’ decision, which is expected sometime in the spring or summer of 2019.

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