April 12, 2021

THE RIGHT WAY AND THE WRONG WAY TO FIX A PROBLEM: In this article, I discuss the evidence that race-preferential admissions have made it harder, rather than easier, for African American law students to graduate and pass the bar. One solution to this problem would be to stop discriminating on the basis of race and admit what should have been obvious: students aren’t being done any favors when they are admitted to a school at which they aren’t academically competitive. But several states are experimenting with a different “solution”: dumb down the bar exam.

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