Conservative legal activist Leonard Leo joined the Maine Wire’s Editor-in-Chief Steve Robinson for a wide-ranging interview about the Supreme Court, his judicial activism, and the state of American higher education.
If you missed part one, you can find it here.
Leo, the longtime head of the Federalist Society, has been involved as an advisor in the nominations of conservative Supreme Court justices from Justice Clarence Thomas to Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
In Part 2 of the interview, Leo talks about the Supreme Court’s recent decision to end affirmative action in American colleges and universities. Leo believes that decision was just the beginning of what will be a years-long effort to ensure that admissions offices, as well as faculty hiring and corporate practices, are truly colorblind.