Supreme Court Appeal: UT-Austin continues to discriminate despite 2013 SCOTUS ruling

March 16, 2015: So-called "classroom diversity" at the University of Texas at Austin comes under fire - again - as Abigail Fisher challenges the failed policies for school admissions and the school's disregard for the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, which mandated that the university must try race-neutral alternatives in place of race-based admissions. SLF files an amicus brief in support of Fisher, as it did in 2012, arguing that UT-Austin did not prove race-based program was necessary and narrowly tailored to meet diversity goals after the 2013 Supreme Court decision. Fisher v. UT-Austin, et al.

Click here for SLF Brief in Fisher Appeal to Supreme Court

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