Professor Katie Eyer To Present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” as Part of South Texas College of Law Faculty Speaker Series

March 5, 2021.  Professor Katie Eyer is scheduled to present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” as part of the 2020-2021 South Texas College of Law Faculty Speaker Series. In the Article, Professor Eyer argues that the “but for” principle in anti-discrimination law–which has often been opposed by progressives–holds considerable potential for reinvigorating civil rights … Continue reading Professor Katie Eyer To Present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” as Part of South Texas College of Law Faculty Speaker Series

Prof. Elise Boddie presents “The Arrival of Washington v. Davis and Bakke: A Judicial Demand for Proof of ‘Invidious Intent,’ & The Ironic Cry from Whites for Equal Protection (1976-2014)”

February 18, 2021.  Professor Boddie presents on “What Bakke Wrought” as a panelist featured in a two-day conference at the University of North Carolina Law School, “Equal Protection’s Grand Promise and Betrayals: Reconstruction, Plessy to Bakke and Beyond: Is there a Way Forward?” Feb. 18-19, 2021.