leavitt2Partner Club Event (HLSA-LA): Voting and Elections After 2020


Join the Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles for a voting and elections discussion with Justin Levitt ’95, JD/MPA ’02, Professor of Law at Loyola Law School. Justin is an expert in Constitutional and Election Law and has substantial experience in legal aspects of the US political process.


Wednesday, March 24, 2021@ 5:00PM Pacific Time

Virtual Event via Zoom (details sent after registration)
 

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Cost: No charge
Contact: Steve Papkin, Steven.papkin@fisherbroyles.com

The 2020 Presidential Election was an election unlike any other. Public health concerns, changes in technology and candidate personalities all left indelible marks on the process. Mail-in voting, social media censorship, lawsuits and the counting of Electoral votes all generated their fair share of headlines – to say the least. Is this the right way to choose our leaders? What worked? What didn’t? How can we improve the process?

Join the Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles for a discussion with Justin Levitt ’95, JD/MPA ’02, Professor of Law at Loyola Law School. Justin is an expert in Constitutional and Election Law and has substantial experience in legal aspects of the US political process. He has served as a voting consultant to Facebook during the 2020 Election, in the Department of Justice as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division from 2015-17 and as National Voter Protection Counsel to the Obama Campaign for Change/Democratic National Committee in 2008.  
 

Justin is much sought after for his deep knowledge of elections.  He can be seen and found on all types of media.  He has appeared on CBS News, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR and BBC radio, penned articles for the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today and been cited an election law expert by the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

 

When:

5:00PM - 6:00PM Wed 24 Mar 2021 ( Timezone: Pacific )

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