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Affirmative Action Legal Expert Available to Comment on Fisher v. UT

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Texas A&M University Supreme Court Expert Available to Comment on Recent Decisions, Tie Vote

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UCI Experts Available for Interviews About Deadlock on President Obama’s Deferred Action Program, Which Could Affect Up to 5 Million Undocumented Immigrants

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Chancellor McRaven's Response to Supreme Court Decision on Fisher Case

This morning, the United States Supreme Court ruled in our favor in the case of Fisher v. The University of Texas at Austin, affirming the university's right to continue using race and ethnicity as one factor in our holistic admissions process.

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Supreme Court Ruling on Affirmative Action Case Isn’t the Clear Victory Some Might Think, Legal Scholar Says

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For your Supreme Court stories, please consider constitutional law professors Jonathan Adler, B. Jessie Hill and Jonathan Entin at Case Western Reserve University School of Law

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SCOTUS Decisions on Affirmative Action, Immigration: U-M Experts Can Comment

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U.S. v. Texas Does Not Close Door to Future Policies That May Expand or Constrict Immigration Relief, Experts Say

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ASA Applauds Supreme Court’s Ruling to Uphold Affirmative Action Program at University of Texas

The American Sociological Association (ASA) applauds the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today in the affirmative action case Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. The judgement allows the university to continue using race as a factor in admissions decisions.

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WashU Expert: SCOTUS Decision in United States v. Texas ‘Deeply Regrettable’

By a 4-4 vote, a short-handed U.S. Supreme Court today let stand a lower court’s 2-1 decision to block President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration. The decision is “deeply regrettable,” said a noted expert on immigration law at Washington University in St. Louis.The effect of the Supreme Court’s split decision is to affirm the judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Supreme Court Expert Available to Comment on the President's Controversial Executive Actions on Immigration

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Supreme Court Expert Reacts to Court Ruling of Affirmation Action Program

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Supreme Court Hands ‘Free Pass’ to Police in Otherwise Unconstitutional Traffic Stops, Expert Says

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Supreme Court’s Actions in Affirmative Action Case Could Harm Diversity Among Professions for Years, Expert Says

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A Supreme Court Ruling in Utah v. Strieff Could Have Vast Implications for Those Stopped by Police, Expert Says

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Breaking Down Possible Outcomes From the Immigration Case Before the Supreme Court

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Outcomes of Supreme Court Decisions Could Affect Democratic, Republican Struggle to Control the U.S. Senate, Expert Says

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Foster v. Chatman: Expert Explains the Good, the Bad and the Predictable

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Washu Expert: SCOTUS Should Not Have Punted on Zubik v. Burwell

On May 16, the U.S. Supreme Court sent the Zubik vs. Burwell case, a challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive requirement for employers, back to the lower courts for further examination, leaving women employees and students at workplaces around the country in limbo, according to Elizabeth Sepper, associate professor of law and expert on health law at Washington University in St.

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WashU Expert: Spokeo Decision Has Potential to Expand Privacy Laws

A recent Supreme Court case that was expected to limit privacy laws actually has the potential to expand them, according to an expert on privacy law at Washington University in St. Louis.“This is a big deal,” said Neil Richards, professor of law. “The surprising decision actually gives Congress a green light to allow consumers to sue corporations or online sites that violate their privacy rights or consumer protection laws.