Abstract

This article argues for reaffirming the merit in affirmative action. It emphasizes that affirmative action simply recognizes the obstacles faced by racial minorities and to weigh the merit in the process of overcoming such obstacles.

Notes

Originally published in Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 47, No. 4, pp. 514-523, December 1997.

Keywords

affirmative action, minorities, legal education

Subject Categories

Labor laws and legislation, Minorities - employment, Affirmative action programs

Disciplines

Labor and Employment Law | Law

Publisher

Southwestern Law School

Publication Date

12-1997

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