The WSJ has this:
WASHINGTON — A civil rights group advised by Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor in the 1980s brought several discrimination lawsuits that sought to scrap the results of job tests because too few Hispanics scored well, according to new documents that are fueling GOP criticism of the judge.
The Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund represented Hispanic sanitation workers in New York City who wanted to stop white employees from getting promotions because, they argued, the qualifying exam unfairly disadvantaged minorities. The case unfolded as Judge Sotomayor chaired the organization’s board of directors’ litigation committee, although there is no evidence that she had any role in the group’s decision to participate in the lawsuits, or in formulating or drafting any of their legal arguments… . .