Court Will Hear Challenges to Affirmative Action at Harvard and University of North Carolina
By Amy Howe

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WASHINGTON, DC — January 25, 2022 — The Supreme Court on Monday, January 24, 2022,  agreed to reconsider the role of race in college admissions. In a brief order, the justices agreed to take up two cases asking them to overrule their landmark 2003 decision in Grutter v. Bollinger, holding that the University of Michigan could consider race as part …

TribuneCourt Will Hear Challenges to Affirmative Action at Harvard and University of North Carolina
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Justices Add New Cases on Bankruptcy, Workers’ Comp, and Relief From Final Judgments
By Amy Howe

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WASHINGTON, DC — January 10, 2022 — The Supreme Court on Monday morning added three new cases — involving bankruptcy law, civil procedure, and workers’ compensation — to its docket for the 2021-22 term. But the orders that the justices issued from their private conference on Jan. 7 were just as noteworthy for what they did not do: The court …

TribuneJustices Add New Cases on Bankruptcy, Workers’ Comp, and Relief From Final Judgments
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