The purpose of this article is to set forth competing notions of equal educational opportunity, indicating which may be appropriate at the state and federal levels, and to review and comment on the inconclusive history of one case that involved the crucial question whether a state's racially conditioned law school admissions program is consistent with a state's constitutional duty to afford equal educational opportunity—DeFunis v. Odegaard.
Arval A. Morris,
Equal Educational Opportunity, Constitutional Uniformity and the DeFunis Remand,
50 Wash. L. Rev.
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