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Pennsylvania Voting Law and Policy: The 2020 Election
Dickinson Law’s Center for Government Law and Public Policy Studies will host a one hour panel discussion on Pennsylvania Voting Law and Policy: The 2020 Election. Lance Cole, Professor of Law, Honorable W. Richard and Mary M. Eshelman Faculty Scholar, and Director of the Center for Government Law and Public Policy Studies, will moderate a panel discussion featuring Hon. Pedro Cortés ’99 (two-time Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania), David Thornburg (President and CEO of the Committee of Seventy) and Stan Brand (Dickinson Law’s Distinguished Fellow in Law and Government and On-site Director, Semester-in-Washington, D.C. Program).

This program will examine current voting law and procedures in Pennsylvania, the role of federal law in state-administered elections, and proposals for reform of Pennsylvania voting laws and procedures. A panel of experts will share their assessments of potential issues that may arise in the 2020 election in Pennsylvania and how those issues might affect election outcomes. The panel will conclude with an opportunity for audience members to pose questions to the panel about the upcoming 2020 election in Pennsylvania.

The PA Continuing Legal Education Board has approved this program for 1.0 hour of substantive law, practice, and procedure distance learning credit. There is no cost to attend.

Oct 21, 2020 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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