NYDLC is proud to bring together leading academic and election law professionals to discuss how to reform the Electoral College process for electing the President of the United States.
Our panel will examine the history of this process, different attempts to reform the Electoral College, including the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, and discuss pertinent Supreme Court jurisprudence, including the Faithless Electors issue.
This event will occur at an important juncture between the Safe Harbor Date (December 8) and the meeting of the Electoral College (December 14), so please join us for this timely event!
Special Counsel, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
President, American Civil Liberties Union
Dr. John Koza
Founder, National Popular Vote
Co-Founder, Vote Early NY
Non-attorneys are welcome to join.
In hopes that this vital discussion reaches a broad audience, and in recognition of hard times for many, this CLE has a low ticket price of $50 for members, $75 for non-members. For those at AM 100 law firms, we'd ask for a contribution of $250. If you would like to make a voluntary, additional contribution, you may do so here.
Two NYS Professional Practice CLE credits. This virtual course is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys. Limited discounted seating for non-attorneys is available.
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.