Election Lawyers

Volume 8 • Issue 2 • January/February 2022
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Wooden figurines stand in a line, coming up to a checkbox, illustrating individuals lining up to vote.
Election Law as a Clinical Endeavor

Incubating novel election law theory and practice in law school

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Firm Believers

Election law practices at law firms are growing

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Polling Election Lawyers

Who are election lawyers and why do they do what they do

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Academics After the Election

Law school deans consider the impact of the 2020 presidential election

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Sustainable Commitments?

Highlighting key stories about the profession you may have missed

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Speaking Out on Election Integrity

A general counsel and law firm chair weigh in

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Fighting for Free and Fair Elections in Africa

A conversation with a scholar of international human rights law

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In Memoriam: Lani Guinier, 1950 – 2022

A letter from the editor