Voting Rights and the Midterm Elections

1.0 ethics credits in PA, IL, CT, NY, NJ, FL

As the 2018 midterm elections rapidly approach, join the Democracy Law Project and the Civil Rights Law Project as we host election law experts to discuss voting rights issues facing the upcoming elections, including gerrymandering, disenfranchisement, and turnout. Our speakers will also explore what’s at stake in November both in Pennsylvania and nationally, as well as ways you can get out the vote.


Mimi McKenzie
Legal Director
Public Interest Law Center

Shawn Morales–Doyle
Democracy Program Counsel
Brennan Center for Justice

Adam Bonin
Political Law Compliance Litigator
The Law Office of Adam C. Bonin

Catherine Meza
Senior Counsel
NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.

Your Instructor

University of Pennsylvania Law School
University of Pennsylvania Law School

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  Voting Rights and the Midterm Elections
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