Theodore Shaw

Columbia Law School

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Professor at Columbia Law School; former attorney with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, who has argued before the US Supreme Court in numerous civil rights cases

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In the  Grutter case  almost 10 years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

Affirmative Action in College Admissions and the US Supreme Court

In the Grutter case almost 10 years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

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In the  Grutter case  almost ten years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

Affirmative Action in College Admissions and the US Supreme Court

In the Grutter case almost ten years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

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