Attorney Doug Poland to Present on Updates in Election Administration and Access to Voting at the Wisconsin State Bar
On Thursday, December 7, Attorney Doug Poland will present on recent updates in election administration and access to voting at the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023. The presentation is part of a day-long symposium for members and non-members of the State Bar.
Doug is a partner in Stafford Rosenbaum’s Madison office. His practice focuses on election and voting rights law; appellate law and complex litigation, with emphasis on business, contract, and real estate disputes; environmental toxic torts; products liability; and consumer fraud lawsuits. He is a frequent author and presenter on topics related to his practice. Read more about Attorney Doug Poland in his professional bio.
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About the Annual Constitutional Law Symposium
The Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023 is your guide to the latest constitutional law questions with an eye toward what comes next.
In its 2022-2023 term, The U.S. Supreme Court issued decisions on some of the hottest topics in modern constitutional law, including redistricting, First Amendment questions, and affirmative action in college admissions. And the cases already on its 2023-2024 calendar indicate we could have another year of historic decisions. At the Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023, find out how recent opinions and other timely issues are shaping the present and future, including:
- Updates on election administration and access to voting in the wake of cases like Moore v. Harper1
- If and how affirmative action can be used outside the college admissions context
- The Court’s abortion jurisprudence from Roe to Dobbs
The prospect of a former president and presidential candidate facing criminal charges is no longer theoretical. But the lack of legal precedent has media pundits and legal scholars debating the constitutionality and the merits of presidential prosecutions. Does the Constitution contemplate a presidential indictment? How does that affect eligibility for reelection? What would happen if a former president were found guilty of a crime? Discuss various constitutional questions arising from charges against a former Commander in Chief.
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