Harvard Law Review Ducks 'Woeful' Anti-White-Male Bias Suit

By Nathan Hale (August 8, 2019, 10:16 PM EDT) -- A Boston federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Thursday that claims the Harvard Law Review is biased against white men, saying an amended complaint lacks "even the slightest description" of who has been harmed.

U.S. District Judge Leo T. Sorokin, who heard oral arguments in June, gave the plaintiffs — two Texas-based organizations called Faculty, Alumni and Students Opposed to Racial Preferences and the Coalition for Meritocracy at Universities — 30 days to take another crack at revising what he described as "threadbare" and "sparse allegations" that fall "woefully short" of the requirements to establish standing.

"Their failure to supply even the...

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