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Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Election Law symposium this weekend

The Minneapolis Lawyer's Chapter of the Federalist Society is having an all-day event this Saturday at St. Thomas. The event, including lunch, is $10 for student members.

Here is the full information:

The Federalist Society Presents:

Election Law 2004: Protecting the Election System From Money, Fraud and Corruption

When: Saturday, April 24
Time: 9:00 - 4:00
Where: University of St. Thomas School of Law
1100 Harmon Avenue, Minneapolis; Atrium

9:00-10:15 - Redistricting
Justice Paul Anderson, Minnesota Supreme Court
Elizabeth Brama, Briggs & Morgan
Kimball Brace, Election Data Services
Maura Shuttleworth, Weinblatt and Gaylord
Moderator: Judge Barry Anderson, Minnesota Court of Appeals

10:30- 11:45 - Voter Rights and Voting Requirements
Professor Guy Charles, University of Minnesota School of Law
John Fund, Wall Street Journal
Chuck Shreffler, Shreffler Law Firm
Tony Solgard, Fair Vote Minnesota
Alan Weinblatt, Weinblatt and Gaylord
Moderator: Judge Catherine Anderson, Hennepin Country District Court

12:00- 12:50 - Luncheon Keynote - "On the Campaign Trail with John Fund"

1:00- 2:15 - Election Standards After Bush v. Gore

Kimball Brace, Election Data Services
Mary Kiffmeyer, Minnesota Secretary of State
Jim Langdon, Dorsey & Whitney
Brian Melendez, Faegre & Benson
Moderator: Ed Anderson, National Arbitration Forum

2:30-4:00 Campaign Finance Reform
James Bopp, Bopp, Coleson & Bostrom
Allison Hayward, Federal Election Commission
Professor David McGowan, University of Minnesota School of Law
Cleta Mitchell, Foley & Lardner
David Schultz, Professor, Hamline University, Adjunct at UST School of Law
Moderator: Scott Johnson, TCF Bank

RSVP here.


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