June's Primary Election brought to light conversations about Board of Elections reform here in New York City and New York State at large, and NYDLC is proud to bring together leading election law professionals to discuss the history of Boards of Election, how they work, and the arguments about reform!
Our panel will examine the history of Boards of Election in New York and other states, processes and legal requirements to give the audience an understanding of how Boards work, recent election issues involving Boards of Election, such as voter registration processing in NY-22 from 2020, use of third party vendors to prepare mail-in ballots, and the inadvertent counting of test ballots in the 2021 NYC Primary, and what changes should be made to improve voting processes in the future!
This event offer 2 NYS professional practice CLE Credits to attorneys who attend. As always, non-attorneys are welcome to attend as well for the low price of just $25.00!
Eva Brindisi Pearlman
Partner, Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman, LLP
Democratic Caucus Chair, NYS Elections Commissioner Association
Co-Chair, New York State Board of Elections
Hon. Liz Krueger
New York State Senator, New York Senate District 28
Hon. Jesse Pierce
District Leader, New York Assembly District 52
Director, Democracy Program, Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund
Co-Founder, Vote Early NY
In hopes that this vital discussion reaches a broad audience, and in recognition of current times, this CLE has a low ticket price of $50 for members, $75 for non-members. If you would like to make a voluntary, additional contribution, you may do so here.
This virtual course is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys.
NYDLC has a scholarship policy for those interested in attending but who are unable to pay due to financial hardship. Please email [email protected] to make this request.