Voting is the cornerstone of democracy! Join us as this unparalleled panel of experts looks at voting rights in our country, both historically and into the future. They will examine federal and state voting laws, as well as the different tools used to increase (or suppress) voter turnout and access.
This event is presented by the Northern District of California Historical Society, co-sponsored by the Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical Society, the Northern District Practice Program and the Northern District of California chapter of the FBA.
Thursday, March 3rd
5:30-6:30 PM PST
This is a hybrid event!
Join us in person at Hastings College of Law, or virtually from anywhere!
More details available at registration.
Please make sure to review CLE instructions and materials below, and to check in after the program to fill out the verification attendance and evaluation forms!
1.0 hour of California MCLE credit available for $35.00 – a special thank you to our CLE provider, the Northern District Practice Program! Please make sure to select the add-on upon registration.
- CLE credit is available for California only.
- During the program, a verification code will appear in the chat box; you will need to record this code to complete the CLE verification form to receive your credit.
For further reading:
- Professor Landsberg’s Free at Last to Vote: The Alabama Origins of the 1965 Voting Rights Act
- Dean Erwin Chemerinsky’s Presumed Guilty: How the Supreme Court Empowered the Police and Subverted Civil Rights