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The 2020 Election and the Supreme Court

Event Type
Lecture
Sponsor
University of Illinois College of Law and the Program in Constitutional Theory, History and Law
Location
Online
Virtual
Date
Oct 23, 2020   12:00 pm  
Contact
Jason Mazzone
E-Mail
mazzonej@illinois.edu
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The 2020 Election and the Supreme Court
 
Friday, October 23
Noon to 1 pm
 
 
Featured Speakers
Vikram David Amar (University of Illinois)
David Fontana (George Washington University)
Jason Mazzone (University of Illinois)
Franita Tolson (University of Southern California)
 
 
Sponsored by the Program in Constitutional Theory, History and Law
 
 
Thirty-eight days before the 2020 election President Trump nominated a new Supreme Court Justice. Democrats oppose proceeding on the nomination and they vow to expand the size of the Supreme Court should they capture Congress and the White House this season. Court challenges to election processes and results are probable: states have adjusted their voting procedures in light of the coronavirus pandemic and many more voters than usual plan to cast their ballots by mail. How will the 2020 election impact the Supreme Court? What roles might the Supreme Court be called upon to play in the election itself? A panel of election law and Court experts will tackle these and related questions. 
 
 
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