Some undocumented immigrants are eligible for discounted in-state tuition at California's public universities, the state Supreme Court ruled on Monday, reversing a lower court's decision. We talk to attorneys on both sides of the case.
In-State Tuition for Immigrants Ruling
Michael J. Brady, Redwood City-based attorney who filed the lawsuit challenging California's practice of allowing undocumented immigrants to pay in-state fees at public colleges and universities
Ethan Schulman, San Francisco-based attorney who represented the University of California in its legal effort to preserve in-state tuition for qualified undocumented immigrant students