Announcing the Fall Webinar Series for the Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA Law

I’m thrilled to announce the fall schedule for UCLA Law’s Safeguarding Democracy Project. All events (aside from the co-sponsored event with Stanford) start at 12 pm Pacific online and require free registration.

Can Proposed New Congressional Legislation on Counting Electoral College Votes Lessen the Risk of Election Subversion?
Featuring: Ambassador Norman Eisen (ret.)Edward B. (Ned) FoleyRebecca Green, J. Michael Luttig & Janai Nelson ’96
Richard L. Hasen (moderator) 
August 24, 2022
Register Here

Moore v. Harper, the Independent State Legislature Theory and Potential Threats to
American Democracy

Featuring: Vikram D. Amar, Derek T. Muller, Richard H. PildesCarolyn Shapiro,Franita Tolson
Richard L. Hasen (moderator)
August 25, 2022
Register Here

Special From the Frontlines:
The United States Supreme Court and American Democracy: View of Three Journalists
Featuring: Interim Dean Russell Korobkin (Intro.)Joan BiskupicAdam Liptak & Dahlia Lithwick
Richard L. Hasen (moderator)
September 20, 2022
Register Here

Lessons from the January 6 Committee: A conversation with Representative Adam Schiff
Featuring: Congressman Adam Schiff & Richard L. Hasen
September 29, 2022
Register Here

Conference with Stanford’s Program on Democracy and the Internet, “Should Donald Trump be Returned to Social Media?”
October 14, 2022

Trump, Trumpism, and the Future of American DemocracyA Conversation with: Maggie Haberman & Richard L. Hasen
October 27, 2022
Register Here
Sign up here for exclusive news and events on the Safeguarding Democracy Project.
Support the Safeguarding Democracy Project 

Share this: