January 4, 2024
8:00 am - 9:40 am
Session Type: Section Programs
Session Capacity: N/A
Hotel: Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
Room: Marquis Salon 15
Floor: Level M2
The U.S. Supreme Court's rollback of 45 years of precedent supporting affirmative in the recent Students for Fair Admissions decisions has undoubtedly impacted the national education landscape and the promise of higher education opportunity for many students. This panel will explore developments in education opportunity at the intersections of race, equity, and diversity, and discuss the viability of interventions that can deliver on the promise of equity of educational opportunity. The questions panelists will explore include:
• What are the implications of the ruling for colleges, universities, and law schools?
• What are some legally permissible best practices that promote diversity and higher education opportunity?
• What implications may the ruling have for K-12 schools seeking to foster diversity and educational equity?
Organization: Georgetown University Law Center
Organization: Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Organization: University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law
Organization: Education Law Center
Organization: University of Virginia School of Law
- Education Law, Co-Sponsored by Constitutional Law and Law and Interpretation - Affirmative Action and the Way Forward: $0.00