Prof. David Bernstein: The American Law of Race Post-Students for Fair Admissions

Join the Anchoring Truths Podcast team for our final episode of the year, a special episode adaptation of Professor David Bernstein’s lecture on the state of jurisprudence post-Students for Fair Admissions, delivered at our James Wilson Senior Seminar on October 20th.

Professor David E. Bernstein holds a University Professorship chair at the Antonin Scalia Law School, where he has been teaching since 1995. He has also been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, Georgetown University, William & Mary, Brooklyn Law School, the University of Turin, and Hebrew University. Professor Bernstein teaches Constitutional Law, Evidence, and Products Liability.

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