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The Litigated Presidential Election:
How to Prepare for the Unexpected
The presidential election set to take place on November 3rd between President Trump and former Vice President Biden is shaping up to be among the most litigated in history. There will likely be legal contests before, during and after the election.
What will this mean for the future of our democracy and for our every-day lives, and what lessons can lawyers learn from the high-profile, high-stakes lawsuits and strategies?
Join the Eagleton Institute of Politics and the NJ State Bar Association for a unique afternoon that will examine a unique time in this country’s history. You will hear from a diverse group of respected election experts and lawyers as they analyze the current state of election lawsuits and what is likely to happen pre, during and post-election.
This program is no longer eligible for Continuing Learning Education credits.
William J. Castner, Esq.
Connell Foley, Cherry Hill
Lisa Chapland, Esq., Director of Government Affairs
New Jersey State Bar Association
Professor Ronald K. Chen, Distinguished Professor of Law and Judge Leonard I. Garth Scholar
Former Dean of Rutgers-Newark Law School and Co-Dean of Rutgers Law
Former Public Advocate
Rutgers Law School
Ryan P. Haygood, Esq., President and CEO
New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
Donna Kelly, Esq., Former Assistant Attorney General and Adjunct Professor of Election Law
Seton Hall University
William J. Palatucci, Esq.
McCarter & English, LLP, Newark
Maxim Thorne, Esq., Managing Director
Andrew Goodman Foundation
John J. Farmer, Jr., Director and University Professor
Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
How do you prepare for the unexpected? Register now!