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Law School Org Hosts Conference On How To Keep Racially Discriminating In Admissions


The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) held a conference in July discussing how higher education institutions can continue to racially discriminate, following a ruling by the Supreme Court banning race-based admissions policies, according to videos reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

In June, the Supreme Court ruled that Harvard University and the University of North Carolina’s use of race-based admissions policies is unconstitutional, halting the practice in all higher education institutions. In early July, AALS held a conference featuring several panels and speakers who suggested institutions use recruiting tactics, diversity statements as well as “data and analysis” to increase racial diversity. (RELATED: Biden Official Casts Doubt On Ending Legacy Admissions After SCOTUS Ruling)

“There’s much that we are going to talk about this morning that’s left uncertain for the Supreme Court’s ruling and there is going to be litigation about it but I think it’s important that they’re not premature capitulation,” Erwin Chemerinsky, the former president of AALS and dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law, said in the video. “I think it’s important that…

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