September 24, 2007

"Election Law Journal Offers Previews of Two Key Cases to Be Argued Next Week in U.S. Supreme Court"

The Election Law Journal has issued this press release, which begins: "As the Supreme Court begins its new term on the first Monday in October, it will once again wade into the muddy waters of election law in two important cases previewed in the upcoming October 2007 issue of Election Law Journal. 'These cases could have an impact on the 2008 elections and well beyond, and the ELJ case previews by Joseph M. Birkenstock and Christopher S. Elmendorf clarify what's at stake in these complex and important cases,' said Richard L. Hasen, co-editor of Election Law Journal. Page proofs of both case previews are available on the journal's website, www.liebertpub.com/elj."

You can also access the uncorrected page proofs of the case previews of Washington v. Washington State Republican Primary (oral argument, Monday October 1) and N.Y. State Board of Elections v. Torres (oral argument, Wednesday, October 3) directly at this link.

Posted by Rick Hasen at September 24, 2007 02:07 PM