May 1, 2020
ACS Wisconsin: Litigation Over Wisconsin’s Spring 2020 Election
While many of the significant legal questions concerning Wisconsin’s Spring 2020 elections were ultimately resolved by conservative majorities on both the Wisconsin and United States Supreme Courts, the litigation surrounding election administration in Wisconsin began weeks before April 7, 2020—and some of it continues.
Join the Wisconsin chapters of the American Constitution Society for a discussion with several Wisconsin election experts, including a number of attorneys who worked on the initial election litigation, as we discuss what the rulings mean for other upcoming elections in Wisconsin and beyond.
Doug Poland, Member, Rathje Woodward LLC; Plaintiffs’ Counsel in Lewis v. Knudson and Gear v. Knudson; Member, ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors
Stacie Rosenzweig, Partner, Halling & Cayo, S.C.; Plaintiffs’ Counsel in Edwards v. Vos
Sopen Shah, Associate, Perkins Coie LLP; Plaintiffs’ Counsel in Democratic National Committee v. Bostelmann; Member, ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors
Atiba Ellis, Professor of Law and ACS Faculty Advisor, Marquette University Law School
A representative for the WI State Legislature’s legal team was invited to speak on this panel and declined.