October 26, 2020

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Pacific Time

ACS Bay Area: OMG: California's Ridiculously Long Yet Incredibly Important Ballot Measures

While the nation is understandably focused on the presidential race, Californians are voting on 12 ballot initiatives this year.  This election cycle, Californians will vote on some weighty public policy challenges, ranging from: affirmative action, cash bail, the employment status of gig workers, and stem cell research. Join the Bay Area Lawyer Chapter to hear legal experts provide brief overviews of ALL 12 of the initiatives of the California ballot.


Lara Bazelon, Professor of Law and Barnett Chair in Trial Advocacy, USF School of Law

Jessica Levinson, Clinical Professor of Law, Director of Loyola Law School's Public Service Institute, and ACS Faculty Advisor, Loyola Law School 

Jonathan M. Zasloff, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Moderated by:

Marisa Lagos, Contributor, KQED Inc.

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