ACS Presents: Redistricting, Voting Rights, and the Law of Democracy Tuesday, October 17, 2017 --- 12:10-1:10pm --- Lunch Provided with RSVP

Please join the American Constitutional Society and Professor Justin Levitt of Loyola Law School for a conversation on redistricting, voting rights, and the law of democracy.

​Please join the American Constitutional Society and Professor Justin Levitt of Loyola Law School for a conversation on redistricting, voting rights, and the law of democracy.  Professor Levitt is a nationally recognized scholar of constitutional law, civil rights, and the law of democracy, with particular focus on election administration and redistricting.  He will discuss important cases before the Supreme Court this term regarding partisan gerrymandering (Gill v. Whitford) and voter role purges (Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute), as well as the controversial Election Integrity Commission.