PLF and CEO model brief on racial contracting preferences

About seven years ago, then PLF attorney Sharon Browne co-drafted a model brief with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity. The model brief is intended to be used by attorneys looking to challenge government policies that require race-based contracting preferences.

What about contracting and employment?

PLF friend Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has an excellent op-ed in today’s Washington Times.  In it he argues that the time has come … ›

Race-based contracting is unconstitutional

So argues this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg published in the Washington Times this morning.  Here’s a snippet: Remedial discrimination makes less and less sense with every tick of … ›

National Review Online publishes PLF essay on Shelby County

Roger Clegg and I penned this essay on Shelby County v. Holder, the case challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  Shelby County is going to … ›

PLF counsels the Council to not use race

PLF and our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) frequently send letters to local governments that are considering whether to adopt discriminatory race- and sex- based contracting preferences.   … ›

New op-ed on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

The Washington Times publised this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity.  Here’s a snippet: So Section 5 now guarantees districts that are less … ›

Check out the Fisher symposium over at SCOTUSblog

For the past few days, SCOTUSblog has been running a very interesting symposium on Fisher v. University of Texas.  Today, long-time PLF friend, Roger Clegg, offers this excellent contribution.  In … ›

Minnesota Daily doesn't understand the Constitution

As a University of Wisconsin alum, I am the first to point out that the Gophers have lost the Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe 8 times in a row, or that their … ›

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

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PLF and CEO model brief on racial contracting preferences

About seven years ago, then PLF attorney Sharon Browne co-drafted a model brief with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity. The model brief is intended to be used by attorneys looking to challenge government policies that require race-based contracting preferences.

What about contracting and employment?

PLF friend Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has an excellent op-ed in today’s Washington Times.  In it he argues that the time has come … ›

Race-based contracting is unconstitutional

So argues this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg published in the Washington Times this morning.  Here’s a snippet: Remedial discrimination makes less and less sense with every tick of … ›

National Review Online publishes PLF essay on Shelby County

Roger Clegg and I penned this essay on Shelby County v. Holder, the case challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  Shelby County is going to … ›

PLF counsels the Council to not use race

PLF and our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) frequently send letters to local governments that are considering whether to adopt discriminatory race- and sex- based contracting preferences.   … ›

New op-ed on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

The Washington Times publised this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity.  Here’s a snippet: So Section 5 now guarantees districts that are less … ›

Check out the Fisher symposium over at SCOTUSblog

For the past few days, SCOTUSblog has been running a very interesting symposium on Fisher v. University of Texas.  Today, long-time PLF friend, Roger Clegg, offers this excellent contribution.  In … ›

Minnesota Daily doesn't understand the Constitution

As a University of Wisconsin alum, I am the first to point out that the Gophers have lost the Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe 8 times in a row, or that their … ›

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

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PLF and CEO model brief on racial contracting preferences

About seven years ago, then PLF attorney Sharon Browne co-drafted a model brief with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity. The model brief is intended to be used by attorneys looking to challenge government policies that require race-based contracting preferences.

What about contracting and employment?

PLF friend Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has an excellent op-ed in today’s Washington Times.  In it he argues that the time has come … ›

Race-based contracting is unconstitutional

So argues this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg published in the Washington Times this morning.  Here’s a snippet: Remedial discrimination makes less and less sense with every tick of … ›

National Review Online publishes PLF essay on Shelby County

Roger Clegg and I penned this essay on Shelby County v. Holder, the case challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  Shelby County is going to … ›

PLF counsels the Council to not use race

PLF and our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) frequently send letters to local governments that are considering whether to adopt discriminatory race- and sex- based contracting preferences.   … ›

New op-ed on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

The Washington Times publised this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity.  Here’s a snippet: So Section 5 now guarantees districts that are less … ›

Check out the Fisher symposium over at SCOTUSblog

For the past few days, SCOTUSblog has been running a very interesting symposium on Fisher v. University of Texas.  Today, long-time PLF friend, Roger Clegg, offers this excellent contribution.  In … ›

Minnesota Daily doesn't understand the Constitution

As a University of Wisconsin alum, I am the first to point out that the Gophers have lost the Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe 8 times in a row, or that their … ›

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

PLF and CEO model brief on racial contracting preferences

About seven years ago, then PLF attorney Sharon Browne co-drafted a model brief with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity. The model brief is intended to be used by attorneys looking to challenge government policies that require race-based contracting preferences.

What about contracting and employment?

PLF friend Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has an excellent op-ed in today’s Washington Times.  In it he argues that the time has come … ›

Race-based contracting is unconstitutional

So argues this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg published in the Washington Times this morning.  Here’s a snippet: Remedial discrimination makes less and less sense with every tick of … ›

National Review Online publishes PLF essay on Shelby County

Roger Clegg and I penned this essay on Shelby County v. Holder, the case challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  Shelby County is going to … ›

PLF counsels the Council to not use race

PLF and our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) frequently send letters to local governments that are considering whether to adopt discriminatory race- and sex- based contracting preferences.   … ›

New op-ed on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

The Washington Times publised this op-ed that I co-authored with Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity.  Here’s a snippet: So Section 5 now guarantees districts that are less … ›

Check out the Fisher symposium over at SCOTUSblog

For the past few days, SCOTUSblog has been running a very interesting symposium on Fisher v. University of Texas.  Today, long-time PLF friend, Roger Clegg, offers this excellent contribution.  In … ›

Minnesota Daily doesn't understand the Constitution

As a University of Wisconsin alum, I am the first to point out that the Gophers have lost the Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe 8 times in a row, or that their … ›

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›