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Law Review Symposium

The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher

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What role does affirmative action play in our society today? More than 50 years after it was first implemented, does affirmative action have a positive effect on society, educational institutions, and the workplace? What will affirmative action look like after Fisher v. University of Texas?

On February 22, 2013, the University of San Francisco Law Review symposium, The Future Of Affirmative Action After Fisher, will focus on the future of affirmative action in America. The symposium will include discussions of the evolution of affirmative action, Fisher v. University of Texas, and the likely effects of Fisher, once decided. It will feature lawyers who have argued affirmative action before the Supreme Court, individuals responsible for amicus curiae briefs filed in the Fisher case, and other leading experts on affirmative action. 

Location

University of San Francisco, Fromm Hall
2130 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94117


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MCLE Credit (6 Units)

This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education Credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of six credit hours.  The USF School of Law is an approved provider of MCLE and certifies that these activities conform to the standards approved for educational activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing MCLE.

Registration Fees

  • General Registration with CLE - $125
  • General Registration without CLE - $80
  • USF Alumni Registration with CLE - $75
  • Non-USF Students - $25
  • USF Faculty, Staff, and Students - No fee