“Voting Without State Checks and Balances? A Close Look at the Independent State Legislature Theory”

The New York City Bar Association hosted this excellent panel discussion, co-sponsored by the Brennan Center, in advance of next week’s oral arguments in Moore v. Harper. The panel featured Carter Phillips (Sidley Austin LLP, Counsel of Record for Amicus Curiae Conference of Chief Justices), Tom Wolf (Deputy Director with the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program), and Professor Carolyn Shapiro (author of The Independent State Legislature Theory, Federal Courts, and State Law (forthcoming in the U. Chicago Law Review)). It was moderated by my colleague, Anil Kalhan and spearheaded by Marcy L. Kahn, Chair of the Rule of Law Task Force of the City Bar Association.

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