Election Law Project (ELP)


The Election Law Project (ELP) promotes election participation and integrity by offering tangible opportunities to engage with the electoral process. Through partnerships with other students and community groups, ELP connects the Stanford Law School community with voter registration and protection, election monitoring, and voter education projects. As a nonpartisan student-led organization and pro bono project, ELP complements classroom education at Stanford.

This year ELP will be getting students involved in a number of initiatives, and opportunities will be available to all current students (not just members of the project). In September, we will recruit up to three incoming students to work on research support for the nonprofit, Healthy Elections, and to help with coordination of election-related opportunities.

Commitment Required of Members:

The new permanent members of ELP will be expected to engage each quarter in work supporting Healthy Elections, and to assist with coordination of multiple volunteer opportunities (available to all students) related to the upcoming election this November.

Open Membership Spots: 4

Adv. Degree Student Participation: Permitted

Winter Start: Fall start preferred, but Winter start permitted.

Eligible for Meeting NYS Bar Pro Bono Requirement: Unlikely

Project Leaders: Andrew Episkopos, Jess Lu, Sally Marsh, and Emma Leeds Armstrong

2022-2023 Board Members

Jess Lu
Andrew Episkopos
Sally Marsh

Financial Officer
Emma Leeds Armstrong