Bakke, DeFunis, and Minority Admissions: The Quest for Equal Opportunity
Examines law school and medical school admissions, the concept of a racial quota, and the Bakke and DeFunis cases to analyze policies concerning preferential admissions of minorities into universities.
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academic credentials academic criteria accepted admis admissions committee admissions decisions admissions process admitted affirmative action Allan Bakke amici Amicus brief argued Bakke’s basis beneﬁts California Supreme Court candidates Chicanos Civil Rights Colvin constitutional Court’s Davis medical school Davis program deﬁned DeFunis department’s disadvantaged effects Equal Protection Equal Protection Clause evaluation factor federal ﬁled ﬁndings ﬁrst goal higher education Ibid issue judgment Justice Powell law school litigation LSAT LSAT score majority ment minority admissions minority applicants minority enrollment minority preferential admissions minority students nonminority number of minority opinion oral argument percent persons PFYA position Powell’s professional schools qualiﬁed question race preference racial classiﬁcations racial preferences racial quota racially neutral reﬂected regular admissions rejected remedy reverse discrimination review standard school admissions signiﬁcant sions special admissions program special admittees speciﬁc Storandt strict scrutiny tion trial court trial record U.S. Supreme Court UC’s UCDMS UCDMS’s university’s UWLS white applicants