Media consults Mishell Kneeland concerning DOJ’s possible shift on Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Various media outlets have quoted Mishell Kneeland, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Austin office and a former assistant attorney general in Texas, regarding the impact of the DOJ’s possible policy shift on college admissions policies under the Trump Administration.

The recent New York Times report of an internal memorandum by the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division about a new project on “investigations and possible litigation related to intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions” has renewed discussions about whether race-based admission standards at the University of Texas and other colleges will withstand future legal challenges.

Follow these links to see some of the coverage featuring Mishell Kneeland:

San Antonio Current – “Will UT-Austin’s Affirmative Action Policy Withstand the Trump Era?”

Austin American-Statesman – “UT likely immune from any federal assault on use of race in admissions”

Houston Chronicle – “Feds to tackle race in college admissions one year after Fisher v. Texas”

The Texas Tribune – “What it means for Texas colleges if Trump targets affirmative action”

The Harvard Crimson – “Justice Department May Join Admissions Lawsuit Against Harvard, Experts Say”

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