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Reflections on Fisher v. University of Texas II and Campus Protests over Racial Inequality

Spring 2016

Penn State Law Review Vol. 120: 4

In March 2016, Elizabeth Meers participated in a symposium on "College and the Constitution" organized by Penn State Law Review and gave a paper on the U.S. Supreme Court's then-pending decision in Fisher v. University of Texas II. The Penn State Law Review published the symposium proceedings in the late fall, including an updated version of the article reflecting the Court's opinion.

The article is intended to educate the campus community about the legal framework that the Supreme Court has established for colleges and universities to consider race in various contexts. With permission of the Penn State Law Review, you may read the article here.

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