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Election Litigation: Election Law Bibliography
PROFESSOR RICHARD HASEN
Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science, University of California at Irvine
- Plutocrats United: Campaign Money, the Supreme Court, and the Distortion of American Elections (Yale University Press 2016).
- The Voting Wars: From Florida 2000 to the Next Election Meltdown (Yale University Press 2012).
- When Is Uniformity of People, Not Counties, Appropriate in Election Administration? The Cases of Early and Sunday Voting, 2015 University of Chicago Legal Forum 193.
- What to Expect When You’re Electing: Federal Courts and the Political Thicket in 2012, Federal Lawyer, June 2012.
- The Democracy Canon, 62 Stanford Law Review 62 (2009).
- Introduction: Developments in Election Law, 42 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 565 (2009).
- No Exit? The Roberts Court and the Future of Election Law, 57 South Carolina Law Review 669 (2006) (part of a symposium on voting rights).
- How Much Is Enough? The “Ballot Order Effect” and the Use of Social Science Evidence in Election Law Disputes, 5 Election Law Journal 40 (2006) (co-authored with R. Michael Alvarez and Betsy Sinclair).
PROFESSOR EDWARD FOLEY
Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Chair in Constitutional Law, Ohio State University
- Ballot Battles: The History of Disputed Elections in the United States (Oxford University Press 2016).
- The Judicialization of Politics: The Challenge of the ALI Principles of Election Law Project, 79 Brooklyn Law Review 551 (2014).
- A Big Blue Shift: Measuring an Asymmetrically Increasing Margin of Litigation, 28 Journal of Law & Politics 501 (2013).
- Voting Rules and Constitutional Law, 81 George Washington Law Review 1836 (2013).
- How Fair Can Be Faster: The Lessons of Coleman v. Franken, 10 Election Law Journal 187 (2011).
- Lost Opportunity: Learning the Wrong Lesson from the Hayes-Tilden Dispute, 79 Fordham Law Review 1043 (December 2010) (co-authored with Nathan Colvin).
- The Analysis and Mitigation of Election Errors: Theory, Practice and Policy, 18 Stanford Law & Policy Review 351 (2007).
PROFESSOR DANIEL TOKAJI
Robert M. Duncan/Jones Day Designated Professor of Law, Ohio State University
- Election Law in a Nutshell (West 2013).
- From Registration to Recounts Revisited: Developments in the Election Ecosystem of Five Midwestern States (Ohio State University Moritz College of Law 2011) (co-authored with Steven Huefner, Nathan Cemenska, and Edward Foley).
- Lowenstein Contra Lowenstein: Conflicts of Interest in Election Administration, 9 Election Law Journal 421 (Fall 2010).
- Public Rights and Private Rights of Action: The Enforcement of Federal Election Laws, 44 Indiana Law Review 113 (2010).
- Laboratories of Election Reform, 8 Election Law Journal 267 (2009).
- The Future of Election Reform: From Rules to Institutions, 28 Yale Law & Policy Review 125 (2009).
- Voter Registration and Election Reform, 17 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 453 (2008).
- Absentee Voting for People with Disabilities, 38 McGeorge Law Review 1015 (2007) (co-authored with Ruth Colker).
- Leave It to the Lower Courts: On Judicial Intervention in Election Intervention, 68 Ohio State Law Journal 1065 (2007).
PROFESSOR HEATHER GERKEN
J. Skelly Wright Professor of Law, Yale University (Dean as of July 1, 2017)
- The Democracy Index: Why Our Election System Is Failing and How to Fix It (Princeton University Press 2009).
- Keynote Address, What Election Law Has to Say to Constitutional Law, 44 Indiana Law Review 7 (2010).
- The Invisible Election: Making Policy in a World Without Data, Dean’s Lecture, 35 Ohio Northern University Law Review 1013 (2009).
- Getting from Here to There in Election Reform, 34 Oklahoma City University Law Review 33 (2009).
- Shortcuts to Reform, 93 Minnesota Law Review 1582 (2009).
- Conclusion—The (Winding) Road Ahead, in Data for Democracy: Improving Elections Through Metrics and Measurement 43 (Pew Center on the States 2008).
PROFESSOR JUSTIN LEVITT
Professor of Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
- Fault and the Murkowski Voter: A Reply to Flanders, 28 Alaska Law Review 39 (2011) (part of a symposium on Senator Murkowski’s write-in election).
- Long Lines at the Courthouse: Pre-Election Litigation of Election Day Burdens, 9 Election Law Journal 19 (2010).
- Seeing Double Voting: An Extension of the Birthday Problem, 7 Election Law Journal 111 (2008) (co-authored with Michael P. McDonald).
- How Data Is Used by Advocates, in Data for Democracy: Improving Elections Through Metrics and Measurement 20 (Pew Center on the States 2008).
- Introduction, in Making Every Vote Count: Federal Election Legislation in the States 5 (Princeton University 2006).
PROFESSOR JOSHUA A. DOUGLAS
Robert G. Lawson & William H. Fortune Associate Professor of Law, University of Kentucky
- Election Law Pleading, 81 George Washington Law Review 1966 (2013).
THE FEDERAL LAWYER
June 2012 Issue
- Richard Hasen, What to Expect When You’re Electing: Federal Courts and the Political Thicket in 2012, at 34.
- James A. Kahl, Citizens United, Super PACs, and Corporate Spending on Political Campaigns: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going?, at 40.
- Franita Tolson, Litigating Under the Voting Rights Act After the Texas Redistricting Cases, at 46.
- Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Is This the Beginning of the End of the Second Reconstruction?, at 54.