I could be late...if so please forgive me. There are many types different types of A.A. action...the "best"-that which almost insures your acceptance--is if your a rich white male, or your family donates alot of money to the institution--which is usually a white family...most blacks in 2005 are only 1 and 2nd generation college students, and are likely 1st generation law students.
Furthermore, there are many unoffical forms of A.A. that benifits whites outside of academia, that translate into advantages for whites. Research the act of gerrymandering, redlining, and the history of the G.I. bill, and find out who benifits the most from these actions- hint its not white women, or any other minority group.
Lastly, someone had an excellent post about the history of being "white"...I think on page one...thanks for knowing your history. If you don't want to read about the history of "white"--and who was or was not "white", check out Gangs of New York.
Remember future lawyers...we do not live in a present that is not heavily influenced by the past. Also, to white men, blacks and other minorities aren't always the one's taking you slots at the "top" academic institutions. G.W. Bush is a perfect example of this...did he deserve to go to Yale or Harvard? Was it based on Merit? If you believe so...convince me...without conservative rhetoric...based on numbers and g.p.a.