UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CASES
ARGUED BEFORE THE U.S. SUPREME COURT ON APRIL 1, 2003
DECIDED JUNE 23, 2003

Briefs:
Bush Administration amicus brief filed in Michigan law school case
University of Michigan brief filed in the undergraduate case
University of Michigan brief filed in the law school case
Social Scientists amicus brief
(excerpted)
--Research Memo on economic analysis cited in amicus brief
Plaintiffs' brief and reply brief in the undergraduate case
Plaintiffs' brief and reply brief in the law school case

University of Michigan web site on both cases
--Page linking to the University's briefs and amicus briefs filed in support of the University

Center for Individual Rights (represents the plaintiffs in both cases)

Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, in conjunction with the Oyez Project, offers continually updated coverage of the cases pending before the United States Supreme Court on its Docket web site.
--Feature story and links for the undergraduate case
--Feature story and links for the law school case

Civil Rights Project at Harvard University web site

Cunningham, Loury & Skrentny, PASSING STRICT SCRUTINY: USING SOCIAL SCIENCE TO DESIGN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAMS , 90 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 835 (April 2002) (pre-publication draft; discusses Michigan cases on pp. 17-27 and 53-57 of draft)

Clark D. Cunningham, Outline on Michigan cases prepared for conference on "Discrimination, Diversity, and Public Policy" sponsored by the Washington University Program on Social Thought and Analysis held on March 29-30, 2003 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Clark D. Cunningham, Lessons on Affirmative Action from India," 1 The Subcontinental: A Journal of South Asian American Political Identity 51-56 (Summer 2003) (Special Issue on Affirmative Action).

Clark D. Cunningham, Affirmative Action: Comparative Policies and Controversies," International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2002)

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