I probably should have posted the article under News, but since it referenced Prof. Randall, who completed extensive research on LSAT bias and other admissions requirements, I posted it here.
If I were to say anything, it appears a need still exists for some type of policy or practice to increase minority enrollment. Just as the LSAT is the only ABA approved tests schools use, AA (and a few good wo/men) is the only thing that has assisted in increasing minority enrollment.
Why? The problem is lower LSAT scores for minority students, not a result of discrimination, etc.
Why are fewer minorities enrolling into Law School? What do you see, Justice Brennan, as the issue? If the institution has a required mechanism in place that maintains the status quo, what would you suggest?
For some, it wouldn't make a difference.
Even if institutions had a totally holistic approach and it resulted in more minority acceptances, there are those who would still cry foul!!!