The 2013 Supplement to Lowenstein, Hasen, and Tokaji, Election Law–Cases and Materials (5th ed. 2013), is now available for download at this link:
The Supplement is up-to-date, and includes edited versions of Shelby County v. Holder, ATP v. Bullock, and McCutcheon v. FEC, along with extensive notes on the future of the Voting Rights Act, the upcoming Supreme Court consideration of McCutcheon, the IRS Mess, money and election administration issues in the 2012 elections, developments in bribery and campaign law, and much more.
The cover of the Supplement reads: “Permission is hereby granted to instructors assigning the Lowenstein, Hasen, and Tokaji casebook to distribute this Supplement free of charge to students who have purchased the casebook. All other redistribution is prohibited without the permission of the authors.”
For more information about the casebook, or if you are professor wishing to use the book in the fall and you need a Teacher’s Manual, contact Carolina Academic Press.