The Requirement of Race-Conscious Evaluation of LSAT Scores for Equitable Law School Admissions

White, David M.
September 2001
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Fall2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p399
Academic Journal
Analyzes the race conscious admission program at the University of Michigan Law School. Appropriate evaluation of admitted students; Roles of patently biased questions, test development specifications and psychological dynamics in creating and maintaining the law school admission test gap; Adoption of standard of fairness.


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