How can law schools achieve diversity in admissions without being able to engage in affirmative action? This issue is of enormous importance due to the Supreme Court’s decision of ending affirmative action in Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina and Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard College. The program will focus on what is likely to be allowed and what is likely to be forbidden from these decisions. Several states – including California, Michigan, and Washington – already have eliminated affirmative action by voter initiatives. What can be learned from their experience about how to achieve diversity without affirmative action? Experts who have been dealing with this for many years will offer their practical suggestions.