In this article, Kathyrn McIlroy provides an overview of the lawsuit filed by student athletes against the Ivy League, which focuses on whether the Ivy League’s policy of not offering athletic scholarships is anticompetitive in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
In this article, Colleen Brugger explores United States v Virginia or VMI, which not only disavowed gender generalizations, but demonstrated the scope and power of a properly tailored remedy. The Court preserved state choice yet crafted a remedy which solved a novel problem.
In this article, Grant Williams discusses the future of affirmative action on college campuses in wake of two Supreme Court cases that question its constitutionality. He postulates the use of affirmative action violates the Equal Protection Clause and calls on universities to focus on other means of achieving diversity through the non-innate characteristics of applicants.
In the last few years, parents’ rights groups across the country have been calling for more input into public school curriculum. In this article, Sarah Jana analyzes the scope of parental rights in public education and argues that parents should have limited input in determining school curriculum.
In this article, Tori DeLaney discusses the troubling spread of misinformation through sex education courses in public schools, how states let it happen, and how interprofessional advocacy could help move us towards accurate sex education for all.
Associate Member Hailey Martin explores the issue of standing to sue as it relates to student loan forgiveness actions suggesting that although difficult to find anyone with standing as required by Article III, political and public pressure may create a riff for the court to accept standing and jurisdiction to hear a suit.