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Court Filings

Below, you will find many of the important legal filings in these cases. Not every legal filing is shown here, and we have not included many of the attachments or exhibits to the filings. A complete copy of the court record is available at the Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C. 20543.

GRUTTER v. BOLLINGER, et al.
(Law School Lawsuit; includes all filings except amicus briefs. For amicus briefs, see below.)

GRATZ and HAMACHER v. BOLLINGER, et al. — Updated January 31, 2007
(Undergraduate Lawsuit; includes all filings except amicus briefs. For amicus briefs, see below.)

GRUTTER and GRATZ: Amicus Briefs — Updated February 3, 2005
(filed with the United States Supreme Court and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals)

"The Compelling Need for Diversity in Higher Education"
(expert reports prepared for the lawsuits, January 1999)

University of California v. Bakke: Summary of Amicus Briefs filed with the U.S. Supreme Court

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