US versus UK 2

November 25, 2005

The US admissions system does have many merits. It has, however, been tested and scrutinised by the courts at every turn. The "Michigan cases" (Grutter and Gratz, 2003) follow a long line of cases over the past 50 years. For all interested in widening participation and affirmative action these are fascinating reading.

Tim Birtwistle
Leeds Metropolitan University Law School

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