Legality of affirmative action at stake

November 13, 2000

Federal appeals court to decide if diversity justifies reverse discrimination

Washington, D.C. – The future of affirmative action in education may be at stake tomorrow in Seattle when a federal appeals court considers whether diversity can be a constitutional justification for reverse discrimination. The question before the U.S. Court of Appeals

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Conservative firm champions admissions case against U-M

November 12, 2000

By Jodi S.Cohen

The Detroit News, November 12, 2000

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Center for Individual Rights takes cases other law firms won’t touch.

It successfully challenged the Violence Against Women Act. It fought a Federal Communications Commission program that gave women a boost in competing for broadcast licenses. It defended allegedly discriminatory

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Lawyers take on unpopular causes

November 12, 2000

Conservative firm champions admissions case against U-M

By Jodi S. Cohen

Detroit News, November 12, 2000

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Center for Individual Rights takes cases other law firms won’t touch.

It successfully challenged the Violence Against Women Act. It fought a Federal Communications Commission program that gave women a boost in competing for

Read More → Posted in Articles