Election Symposium Video

Election Symposium Video

Video of the Kentucky Law Journal‘s March 2016 symposium entitled “An Elective Perspective: Judicial Regulation of Politics in an Election Year” is now available on KLJ’s YouTube channel.

The event included five panels featuring discussions by legal scholars from around the country along with local attorneys, and a keynote address by Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. Topics included voter identification laws, gerrymandering, referendum initiatives, election litigation, campaign finance, the right to vote, and election contests.

Introduction and Welcome
Professor Joshua Douglas (University of Kentucky College of Law)
Mark Roth (Kentucky Law Journal, Special Features Editor)

Keynote address from Secretary Alison Lundergan Grimes

Panel 1: Election Litigation: The Practitioner’s Perspective
Trey Grayson(CEO Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Former Kentucky Secretary of State)
Eric Lycan (Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP)
Scott White (Fogle Keller & Purdy, PLLC)
Jennifer Moore (Grossman & Moore, PLLC)

Panel 2: Improving Election Law Adjudication
Nick Stephanopoulos (University of Chicago Law School)
Michael Solimine (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Rebecca Green (William and Mary Law School)

Panel 3: The Constitutional Right to Vote and Voter Identification
Steve Huefner (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law)
Mike Pitts (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Atiba Ellis (West Virginia University College of Law)
Franita Tolson (Florida State University College of Law)
Michael Morley (Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law)

Panel 4: How to Tackle Major Problems in Election Law: Campaign Finance
Mike Gilbert (University of Virginia School of Law)
Lori Ringhand (University of Georgia Law)

Panel 5: How to Tackle Major Problems in Election Law: Partisan Gerrymandering
Dan Tokaji (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law)
Luis Fuentes-Rowher (Indiana University Bloomington Maurer School of Law)

Panel 6: Discussion with Ned Foley about his new book, Ballot Battles