The US Supreme Court has handed down a number of controversial decisions in recent months. Perhaps the most notable was the decision in Students for Fair Admissions v Harvard, which effectively ended race-conscious admissions by higher education institutions receiving federal or state funding.
In this special seminar, the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law hosts Professor Amanda L. Tyler (Shannon Cecil Turner Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law) in conversation with Centre Director Professor Rosalind Dixon, to discuss this case and its significance for constitutional law and higher education policy in the United States.
This hybrid seminar will held in person in the UNSW Law & Justice Building (Staff Common Room Level 2) and online via Zoom. Please select your attendance preference upon checkout.