Video Modules

The Election Law Program has produced a series of video lectures intended to educate principally judges, but also journalists and the general public, about election law matters.

Video Modules

Campaign Finance Primer: the Impact of McCutcheon on the States

An interview with Kenneth Gross, Partner with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates, on the potential impact of McCutcheon v. FEC on state court litigation involving aggregate limits for political contributions.

Judicial Campaigns

A moderatred panel discussion with the Hon. Justice Penny White, Tennessee Supreme Court (fmr.), the Hon. Chief Justice Thomas Philips (Ret.) and Partner, Baker Botts, L.L.P., and Prof. Bradley Smith, Esq. Professor Of Law, Capital University Law School.

Colorado Election War Game

A fictional race in Colorado’s Seventh District for a seat in the U.S. Congress serves as the foundation for this mock trial involving a challenge to a Colorado election statute that provides public access to voted ballots.

Virginia Election War Game

A fictional race for Virginia's U.S. Senate seat between former Sen. George Allen and former Gov. Tim Kaine provided the backdrop for this mock exercise about a voting machine that malfunctioned.

Wisconsin Election War Game

A fictional race for Wisconsin’s Governor provided the basis for this mock trial involving spoliation of absentee voter ballots.

Managing a Recount: What Every Judge Needs To Know

An overview of the key issues judges should be aware of when handling recount and recount-related matters.

A View from the Trenches: Advice for Judges Handling Election Related Lawsuits

Advice for judges handling election related lawsuits from experts Bob Bauer and Ben Ginsberg.

Election Law Controversies: The Basics of Election Litigation

A resource for judges, lawyers, journalists, and others interested in our electoral process.

Redistricting Litigation: What Every Judge Should Know

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