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4:00pm – 5:30pm – Discussion
5:30pm – 6:00pm – Reception
Stanford Law School, room 290
Since the dawn of the republic, political parties have used gerrymandering as a tool to influence elections. But is such a practice actually prohibited by the Constitution? And if it is, does the judiciary possess the tools to enforce it? The Supreme Court will very likely decide many of these questions this term. Please join the Constitutional Law Center for a panel discussion on the topic featuring some of the country’s foremost election lawyers. Professor Pam Karlan will moderate.
Partner, Jones Day
To view Michael Carvin’s full bio, click here.
Partner, Perkins Coie, Chair of the firm’s Political Law Group
Kenneth & Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law, and Co-Director of the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic