Was the Colorado Supreme Court justified in excluding former President Donald Trump from the 2024 presidential primary ballot on the basis of Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment (also known as the disqualification clause), a trial court’s finding that President Trump engaged in insurrection, and the Colorado Election Code?

On Feb. 7, 2024, a standing-room-only classroom of students, faculty and staff across the law school and the UW community came to hear four professors discuss Trump v. Anderson, the ballot case currently before SCOTUS that has meaningful implications for the bounds of political activity, democratic norms and institutions, and electoral interests.

Professor Jeff Feldman moderated the panel, which was broadcast live on Zoom and included professors Lisa Manheim, Clark Lombardi and Elizabeth Porter.


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