The Past, Present, and Future of Presidential Elections
On Friday, Jan. 29, the National Constitution Center is hosting “The Past, Present, and Future of Presidential Elections,” a free virtual event with panels comprised of scholars and experts in presidential history and election law.
Edward B. Foley of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and Guy-Uriel Charles of Duke Law School will be participating as panelists.
From the event description:
In the wake of election 2020, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law presents its annual law journal symposium on the past, present, and future of presidential elections, in partnership with the National Constitution Center. The discussion will feature leading scholars, law professors, political scientists, journalists, and former campaign advisers, as they explore the history, current challenges, and future of presidential elections.
Register for free here.
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