1. Whether this Court should reaffirm its decision in Regents of University of California v. Bakke, 438 U.S. 265 (1978) and hold that the educational benefits that flow from a diverse student body to an institution of higher education, its students, and the public it serves, are sufficiently compelling to permit the school to consider race and/or ethnicity as one of many factors in making admissions decisions through a "properly devised" admissions program.
2. Whether the Court of Appeals correctly held that the University of Michigan Law School's admissions program is properly devised.
Mahoney, Maureen E.; Caminker, Evan; Krislov, Marvin; Alger, Jonathan; Kessler, Philip J.; Niehoff, Leonard M.; Ballenger, J. Scott; Vitan, Nathaniel A.; Pickering, John H.; Payton, John; Benitez, Brigida; Delery, Stuart; Goldblatt, Craig; Harkavy, Anne; and Maroney, Terry A., "Brief for Respondents, Grutter v. Bollinger, 539 US 306 (2003) (No. 02-241)." (2003). Appellate Briefs. 1.
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