“Election Law Issues in the Past, Present and Posterity” is the topic of the Friday, Oct. 14, Law Review Symposium.
The symposium will feature experts in the field discussing the Independent State Legislature Doctrine, the narrowing of the Voters Rights Act and gamesmanship associated with elections, including gerrymandering, voter suppression, misinformation and more.
Scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Law Center McQuade Auditorium on Main Campus, the event is free for the general public with the option to order a box lunch.
For more information, visit the event’s webpage.
The University of Toledo Law Review is made up of student editors, associate members and an executive board. It is one of the most-cited journals in Ohio and publishes multiple issues per year.
To learn more about The University of Toledo Law Review, visit the organization’s webpage.