NAPALSA: Affirmative Action and Diversity in Law School Admissions

NAPALSA: Affirmative Action and Diversity in Law School Admissions

 

 

Description:

It was a lively discussion between law professors, activists, and attorneys about diversity and access to education in higher education. The panel discussed the changing landscape of admissions in higher education and the effects of legislation like Michigan’s Civil Rights Initiative of California’s 209 on students of color. They covered what other states are following or objecting to the colorblind movement.

Moderator:

Steven Nguyen of Southwest Regional Director, NAPALSA

Speakers:

Angelo Ancheta of Santa Clara University School of Law

Karin Wang of Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC)

Khin Mai Aung of Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)

Craig L. Jackson of Thurgood Marshall School of Law

 

 

Source: NAPABA 2007 Convention Panel

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