Law schools don’t just turn out lawyers. In recent years, they have also produced litigation that finds its way onto the U.S. Supreme Court’s docket.

In 2003, the University of Michigan Law School was the focus of a major affirmative action case, Grutter v. Bollinger. A coalition of law schools that barred military recruiters from campuses figured in Rumsfeld v. FAIR in 2006.

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