Founded in 2006, the Election Law Society is a multi-partisan student organization dedicated to studying the legal issues raised through the American electoral process. While talk of voter fraud and campaign finance reform keeps our attention these days, we should remember that contested elections, gerrymandering and political mudslinging are American electoral traditions going back for centuries.
We are here to help law students better understand election law issues through an open and honest dialogue about their origins and impacts.
Check out our Blog featuring articles on State and Local election law issues at www.stateofelections.com.
The Election Law Society is the student division of William & Mary Law School's Election Law Program. The Election Law Program is a joint venture of the National Center for State Courts and the Law School that seeks to provide practical assistance to state court judges in the United States who are called upon to resolve difficult election law disputes.
2016-17 Executive Officers
Kelsey Dolin '18, Co-President
Norma Volkmer '18, Co-President
Chandler Crenshaw '18, Finance Chair
George Nwanze '19, Speaker Series Co-Chair
Daniel Cohen '19, Speaker Series Co-Chair
Eric Lynch '19, Symposium Co-Chair
Sarah Silberman '19, Symposium Co-Chair
Lila Friedlander '19, Alumni Co-Chair
Cody Brandon '19, Alumni Co-Chair
Benjamin Daily '18, Alumni Outreach Chair
Aaron Barden '19, Alumni Outreach Chair
Ethan Sanders '18, Public Relations Chair
Faculty Advisor: Professor Rebecca Green
Contact Kesley Dolin (email@example.com)