Kentucky Law Journal Inviting Proposals: Drawing the Lines: Redistricting After the 2020 Census

The Kentucky Law Journal is pleased to invite proposals for its annual symposium, which will be held on October 14, 2022. The KLJ symposium is entitled Drawing the Lines: Redistricting After the 2020 Census and will focus on the legal issues and policy implications of the 2020 Census and redistricting cycle. From policy arguments regarding who should draw the lines to legal disputes on new maps all across the country, a fundamental question remains: does the redistricting process give us the democracy we deserve?

The KLJ will host this symposium in person in beautiful Lexington, Kentucky, on October 14, 2022, with a pre-symposium dinner held on the evening of October 13. In addition to presentations at the symposium event, presenters will publish pieces in Volume 111 of the Kentucky Law Journal. The editors are particularly interested in publications serving as one of two feature articles in the range of 15,000–20,000-words. In order to apply for the symposium, please submit an abstract of no more than 1,000 words. In addition, please submit a current CV. Submissions are due by June 3, 2021, at [email protected]. Please send any questions to KLJ Special Features Editor, Holly Couch, at [email protected], KLJ Editor-in-Chief, Jackson Sanders, at [email protected], or KLJ’s faculty advisor, Joshua Douglas, at [email protected].

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