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Free and Fair with Franita and Foley
Will the U.S. have a free and fair election in 2020? In the days leading up to Nov. 3 this podcast breaks down complex legal issues for listeners who care about democracy and elections. Election scholars Edward Foley and Franita Tolson focus on the integrity and health of our democratic process. This podcast is a collaboration between OSU Moritz College of Law and USC Gould School of Law.
A podcast about the Supreme Court and the legal culture that surrounds it. Hosted by Leah Litman, Melissa Murray, Jaime Santos, and Kate Shaw. Produced by Melody Rowell.
Chiafalo v. Washington (2020)
Colorado Dept. of State v. Baca (2020)
Trump v. Mazars USA, LLP (2020)
Trump v. Vance (2020)
Supreme Court ‘faithless electors’ ruling aims to stabilize the election but will it work (Op-Ed)
Edward B. Foley, USA Today (July 6, 2020).
In Congress We Trust?: The Evolution of Federal Voting Rights Enforcement from the Founding to the Present by Franita Tolson
Cambridge University Press (Forthcoming 2020)
Presidential Elections and Majority Rule: The Rise, Demise, and Potential Restoration of the Jeffersonian Electoral College by Edward B. Foley
Oxford University Press (2020)
Assessing the Validity of an Election’s Result: History, Theory, and Present Threats
Foley, Edward B., Assessing the Validity of an Election’s Result: History, Theory, and Present Threats (February 9, 2020), Available at SSRN.
Election Law ‘Federalism’ and the Limits of the Antidiscrimination Framework
Tolson, Franita, Election Law 'Federalism' and the Limits of the Antidiscrimination Framework (March 29, 2018). William & Mary Law Review, Vol. 59, 2018, Available at SSRN.
Shaw, Katherine, Impeachable Speech (April 1, 2020). 70 Emory Law Journal, 2020 Forthcoming, Available at SSRN.
Introduction: Reproductive Rights and Justice Stories
Shaw, Katherine and Siegel, Reva B. and Murray, Melissa, Introduction: Reproductive Rights and Justice Stories (May 7, 2019). Forthcoming, Reproductive Rights and Justice Stories, Available at SSRN.
Justin Stevens and the Project of Perfecting the Constitution
Shaw, Katherine, Justice Stevens and the Project of Perfecting the Constitution (April 20, 2020). 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1749 (2020), Available at SSRN.
Preparing for a Disputed Presidential Election: An Exercise in Election Risk Assessment and Management
Foley, Edward B., Preparing for a Disputed Presidential Election: An Exercise in Election Risk Assessment and Management (August 31, 2019). 51 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 309 (2019); Ohio State Public Law Working Paper No. 501, Available at SSRN.
The Spectrum of Congressional Authority Over Elections
Tolson, Franita, The Spectrum of Congressional Authority Over Elections (February 26, 2019). 99 Boston University Law Review 317 (2019), Available at SSRN.
Winnowing and Endorsing: Separating the Two Distinct Functions of Party Primaries
Foley, Edward B., Winnowing and Endorsing: Separating the Two Distinct Functions of Party Primaries (February 1, 2020), Available at SSRN.
PART I, EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING AND OPEN ABSENTEE VOTING, OF PRINCIPLES OF ELECTION ADMINISTRATION: NON-PRECINCT VOTING AND RESOLUTION OF BALLOT-COUNTING DISPUTES (2019)
Reporter: Edward B. Foley; Associate Reporter: Steven F. Huefner
In addition to the content explored in this episode, and in an effort to provide election officials with information regarding the implementation of proper procedures for absentee voting in the November election, ALI is making Part I of Principles of the Law, Election Administration available for free download. The principles apply to any type of elective office and are structured to be useful to multiple audiences, including state legislatures, state courts, and state officers such as secretaries of state and local election officials.