Victor GoodeVictor Goode, Associate Professor at CUNY Law School, has practiced in the areas of affirmative action, housing, and other civil rights fields. Before joining the Law School faculty, he served as Associate Director and later the National Director of the National Conference of Black Lawyers. NCBL was prominent over the last four decades in defending black political activists and advancing a number of radical and progressive issues. While at NCBL Professor Goode founded the Affirmative Action Coordinating Center, worked as part of the legal team that filed amicus briefs in three landmark affirmative action cases (Bakke, Weber, and Fullilove), and taught in the Urban Legal Studies Program at the City College of New York. He has served continuously at the Law School since its founding in1983 as Professor of Law and as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and for two years was a Visiting Pro