The Factors That Limit Minority Lawyers' Success in Premier Firms

For more than 35 years, presumably intelligent jurists, in the highest courts in the land, have turned their otherwise sharp minds into blunt instruments when it comes to denying whites admission to college or graduate school because of their race. The courts seemed to be saying that civil rights no longer pertain to individuals but rather are derived by virtue of group membership. Those supporting affirmative action appear to view civil rights as little more than compensatory privileges for the measurably less qualified.

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