AALS Conference on Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law


AALS is pleased to announce the list of speakers for the upcoming Conference on Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law.
This virtual, nonpartisan Conference, co-hosted by the American Bar Association and the Law School Admission Council, will take place from 11 am – 6 pm Eastern/8 am – 3 pm Pacific on May 6 and 7. We encourage faculty who wish to participate in chat discussions during the conference sessions to register in advance via the button below. Students, media, and other interested parties will be invited to watch the conference via livestream rather than register—details on how to access the stream will be forthcoming.
The Conference on Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law emerged from the widespread sense, shared by those across the political spectrum, that crucial aspects of our democracy need reform. Although there is surely disagreement over the nature of the problems and the best solutions, few would deny that our democracy can be improved. The goal of the Conference is to bring together law professors, lawyers, and others with expertise to consider how to rebuild democracy and strengthen the rule of law.   The Conference will focus on four themes: (1) the presidency; (2) the electoral process; (3) race and voting rights; and (4) improving presidential elections. The Call for Papers for the conference is open until April 23.
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