UW Law recently hosted a panel of faculty and election law experts to discuss the biggest issues, potential reforms and possible outcomes to follow the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Topics included local and national voting rights; the role of race in election design; the law of disputed elections; priorities for and feasibility of future election reforms; and more.

Watch the recap to dive into the conversation with:

  • Naomi Ishisaka, Assistant Managing Editor and Columnist, The Seattle Times
  • Lisa Manheim, Charles I. Stone Associate Professor of Law, UW School of Law
  • Peter Nicolas, William L. Dwyer Chair in Law, UW School of Law
  • Breanne Schuster, Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union