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U.S. District Court
Oct 1, 2019

In her October 1, 2019 ruling, U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs offered an unequivocal affirmation of the principles of diversity and inclusion central to Harvard’s mission, and to the missions of colleges and universities throughout the country. After nearly five years of litigation and a three week trial, Judge Burroughs ruled for Harvard on all counts in a decision that makes clear that Harvard’s admissions policies are consistent with Supreme Court precedent, and lawfully and appropriately pursue Harvard’s interest in diversity.

U.S. District Court

Harvard Response to SFFA’s Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

Harvard Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

Harvard
U.S. District Court
Sep 25, 2018

Harvard Motion for Leave to File Response to the United States’ Statement of Interest

Harvard
U.S. District Court
Sep 14, 2018

Harvard response to student amici Motion to Participate at trial

Harvard
U.S. District Court
Sep 7, 2018

Motion of Harvard Student and Alumni Organizations to participate in trial

NAACP LDF
U.S. District Court
Sep 5, 2018

Motion to amend amicus brief of economics professors to add Janet Yellen and George Akerlof

Economists

Amended amicus brief of economics professors in support of Harvard

Motion of Students, Alumni, and Prospective Students of Harvard College to participate in trial

Aug 30, 2018

Amicus brief of Harvard Student and Alumni Organizations in opposition to SFFA’s Motion for Summary Judgment