Teaching Election Law Symposium Published in St. Louis University Law Journal

Vol. 56, No. 3 looks like a must-read for election law scholars.  Here’s the Table of Contents:

TEACHING ELECTION LAW
TEACHING BUSH V. GORE AS HISTORY …………………. Richard L. Hasen 665

TEACHING ELECTION ADMINISTRATION ………………… Daniel P. Tokaji 675

ELECTION LAW AS APPLIED DEMOCRATIC THEORY …………………………… James A. Gardner 689

THE NATURAL AND THE FAMILIAR IN POLITICS AND LAW ………………………….. Michael R. Dimino 701

SERIOUSLY FUNNY: UNDERSTANDING CAMPAIGN FINANCE POLICY THROUGH THE COLBERTSUPER PAC ……………………………………………… R. Sam Garrett 711

TEACHING ELECTION LAW TO POLITICAL SCIENTISTS ………………………………… Bruce E. Cain 725

WHEN AND HOW TO TEACH ELECTION LAW IN THE UNDERGRADUATE CLASSROOM ………………………………………………… Paul Gronke 735

ELECTION LAW AS ELECTIVE OF CHOICE ………….. Kirsten Nussbaumer 747

ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE: TEACHING “SIXTH GRADE ARITHMETIC” ……………………. Michael J. Pitts 759
ENLIVENING ELECTION LAW …………………………….. Joshua A. Douglas 767

ELECTION LAW: TOO BIG TO FAIL? ………………………….. Chad Flanders 775

TEACHING ELEMENTS OF ELECTION LAW BEYOND THE DISCIPLINARY BORDERS OF “ELECTION LAW” …………………………………. Frances R. Hill 789
EMPHASIZING VOTING RIGHTS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM: A SERVICE LEARNING MODEL TOWARD ACHIEVING A JUST DEMOCRACY …………………………….. Denise Lieberman 801

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