PLF on Lou Desmond: eighth time's the charm for Abigail Fisher?

I was on the Lou Desmond Show this afternoon, where I discussed what might be the biggest case before the Supreme Court this term: Fisher v. the University of Texas … ›

Fisher oral argument tomorrow

At 10am EST tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will hear argument in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. After six years of PLF involvement in this case, you probably know the … ›

Fresno newspaper calls Proposition 209 a "mistake"

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument for the second time in Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas at Austin.  The Fresno Bee’s editorial board … ›

Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: Is the Roberts Court playing the long game?

This week marks the start of another exciting Supreme Court term. One of the biggest cases this year is Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, now at the Court … ›

PLF attorney Wen Fa to appear on the Andy Caldwell show

I’ll be speaking at 4:30 p.m. today (Pacific time) on the Andy Caldwell show about racial preferences at the University of Texas and Obamacare. You can stream the broadcast online here.

President's weekly report — September 11, 2015

Equality under the law: Race-preferences in university admissions Pacific Legal Foundation has been leading the fight for equality under the law since its founding in the early 1970s.  Back in 1978, … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

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PLF on Lou Desmond: eighth time's the charm for Abigail Fisher?

I was on the Lou Desmond Show this afternoon, where I discussed what might be the biggest case before the Supreme Court this term: Fisher v. the University of Texas … ›

Fisher oral argument tomorrow

At 10am EST tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will hear argument in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. After six years of PLF involvement in this case, you probably know the … ›

Fresno newspaper calls Proposition 209 a "mistake"

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument for the second time in Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas at Austin.  The Fresno Bee’s editorial board … ›

Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: Is the Roberts Court playing the long game?

This week marks the start of another exciting Supreme Court term. One of the biggest cases this year is Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, now at the Court … ›

PLF attorney Wen Fa to appear on the Andy Caldwell show

I’ll be speaking at 4:30 p.m. today (Pacific time) on the Andy Caldwell show about racial preferences at the University of Texas and Obamacare. You can stream the broadcast online here.

President's weekly report — September 11, 2015

Equality under the law: Race-preferences in university admissions Pacific Legal Foundation has been leading the fight for equality under the law since its founding in the early 1970s.  Back in 1978, … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

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PLF on Lou Desmond: eighth time's the charm for Abigail Fisher?

I was on the Lou Desmond Show this afternoon, where I discussed what might be the biggest case before the Supreme Court this term: Fisher v. the University of Texas … ›

Fisher oral argument tomorrow

At 10am EST tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will hear argument in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. After six years of PLF involvement in this case, you probably know the … ›

Fresno newspaper calls Proposition 209 a "mistake"

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument for the second time in Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas at Austin.  The Fresno Bee’s editorial board … ›

Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: Is the Roberts Court playing the long game?

This week marks the start of another exciting Supreme Court term. One of the biggest cases this year is Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, now at the Court … ›

PLF attorney Wen Fa to appear on the Andy Caldwell show

I’ll be speaking at 4:30 p.m. today (Pacific time) on the Andy Caldwell show about racial preferences at the University of Texas and Obamacare. You can stream the broadcast online here.

President's weekly report — September 11, 2015

Equality under the law: Race-preferences in university admissions Pacific Legal Foundation has been leading the fight for equality under the law since its founding in the early 1970s.  Back in 1978, … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

PLF on Lou Desmond: eighth time's the charm for Abigail Fisher?

I was on the Lou Desmond Show this afternoon, where I discussed what might be the biggest case before the Supreme Court this term: Fisher v. the University of Texas … ›

Fisher oral argument tomorrow

At 10am EST tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will hear argument in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. After six years of PLF involvement in this case, you probably know the … ›

Fresno newspaper calls Proposition 209 a "mistake"

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument for the second time in Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas at Austin.  The Fresno Bee’s editorial board … ›

Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: Is the Roberts Court playing the long game?

This week marks the start of another exciting Supreme Court term. One of the biggest cases this year is Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, now at the Court … ›

PLF attorney Wen Fa to appear on the Andy Caldwell show

I’ll be speaking at 4:30 p.m. today (Pacific time) on the Andy Caldwell show about racial preferences at the University of Texas and Obamacare. You can stream the broadcast online here.

President's weekly report — September 11, 2015

Equality under the law: Race-preferences in university admissions Pacific Legal Foundation has been leading the fight for equality under the law since its founding in the early 1970s.  Back in 1978, … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›