Administrative Law Review Symposia

The Administrative Law Review sponsors at least one symposia each year and issues a call for scholarship as a way to generate discussion in the field of administrative law. For additional information, contact Lauren Saxe, the Senior Symposium & Communications Editor at

The Administrative Law Review will host its Spring Symposium, "We the People? The Future of U.S. Elections & Democracy" on Friday, February 23 from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in Claudio Grossman Hall at the American University Washington College of Law. Congressman and Professor of Law Emeritus Jamie Raskin will deliver the keynote address, followed by a presentation from the Honorable Liz Cheney. The day will include vital discussions about the future of election law, the U.S. electoral system, and more. We will also be joined by panelists from the Federal Election Commission, Election Assistance Commission, Campaign Legal Center, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Brennan Center for Justice, League of Women Voters, and the ACLU, as well as state election officials and investigative counsel from the January 6th Committee.

Registration is required for attendance and can be found here:!/portal?eventId=cbf450f3-3de4-491b-96fa-98ac5f8dd3ee
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