The University of Michigan delivered oral arguments Tuesday (April 1) at the U.S. Supreme Court to support the use of affirmative action to encourage a diverse student body.
Plaintiffs in the two cases before the court are suing U-M and challenging the University's use of race in its admissions process to its Law School and undergraduate college.
|University Record >|
U-M Admissions Lawsuits website
U-M News Release:
At least 300 organizations join more than 60 amicus briefs on the University's behalf More >
C-Span audio transcript
Oral Arguments: Listen to the complete audio tapes of the oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in both lawsuits, CNN & FindLaw™, April 1, 2003
Archived Webcast of President Mary Sue Coleman's Address
to the American Council on Education >