Rachel F. Moran is a Distinguished Professor of Law at UCI Law. Prior to her appointment, she was the Michael J. Connell Distinguished Professor of Law and Dean Emerita at UCLA Law. In 2011, she was selected by President Obama to serve on the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise. Professor Moran’s expertise includes educational policy-making and the law, higher education and affirmative action, Latino-related law and policy, race and the law, legal education and the legal profession, and torts.
Professor Rachel F. Moran discusses affirmative action in higher education, the two cases set to go before SCOTUS, and the impact these decisions could have on college admissions and affirmative action.
Joe Patrice talks with Rachel Moran and Nicole Austin-Hillery about the current state of the Supreme Court.
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