Professor Chris Chambers Goodman Presents "Using Intersectionality to Resurrect Heightened Scrutiny in Public Education Litigation" -- Loyola University Chicago Law
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "And on the Third Wave: Using Intersectionality to Resurrect Heightened Scrutiny in Public Education Litigation" at the Loyola University Chicago Law School Law Journal Conference 2023. Professor Goodman was invited to speak on a panel called "The Future of Education Rights" discussing the far-reaching implications of the landmark 1973 Supreme Court case San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriquez, in which the Court denied the existence of a fundamental right to education.
Harvard Law School professor Martha Minow was the conference's keynote speaker, and Derrek Black, Evan Caminker, and Kimberly Jenkins Robinson honed in on the arguments in favor of a fundamental right to education in the concluding panel.
The conference, titled "San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriquez: Fifty Years Later," was held on March 31.
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