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“Voting for Change: The Supreme Court’s Election Law Cases After Scalia”

I have written this article for the October issue of the OC Lawyer magazine. A snippet: With the Supreme Court gaining unknown new personnel, in the upcoming decade we are likely to see the Court split on ideological and partisan grounds about election law … Continue reading ?
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