The Shape of the Michigan River as Viewed from the Land of Sweatt v. Painter and Hopwood: Comments on Lempert, Chambers, and Adam's Study of the University of Michigan Law School's Minority Graduates

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Thomas D. Russell

University of Florida Levin College of Law; University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Date Written: 2000

Abstract

The piece considers the Lempert, Chambers, Adams study of Michigan's law graduates of color from the vantage point of the history of The University of Texas's law school's history.

Keywords: University of Texas, history, race, discrimination, affirmative action, segregation, Michigan, law school, minority, admissions

Suggested Citation

Russell, Thomas David, The Shape of the Michigan River as Viewed from the Land of Sweatt v. Painter and Hopwood: Comments on Lempert, Chambers, and Adam's Study of the University of Michigan Law School's Minority Graduates (2000). Law & Social inquiry, Vol. 25, p. 507, 2000, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1581683

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