Georgia Law Review Symposium

Walking the Line: Modern Gerrymandering & Partisanship

Walker Room, Rusk Hall, University of Georgia School of Law

February 2, 2018

The pending Supreme Court docket lends to a timely discussion surrounding gerrymandering practices and redistricting. The Symposium will provide a forum to discuss the current and future state of redistricting by bringing together a diverse set of voices on topics at the intersection of election law, political science, and politics.

Keynote Speaker: Nicholas Stephanopoulos (University of Chicago Law School) in the Hatton Lovejoy Courtroom in Hirsch Hall

This event is approved for 4.5 CLE credit hours. 1.5 hours can be counted toward “trial” hours and 1 hour is a professionalism hour. Additionally, there are 2 general hours. The sign-up link for the event is provided below. It is $80 for attorneys seeking CLE credit, $12 for community members, and free for UGA students, staff, and faculty.

Breakfast and lunch is provided prior to and during the symposium. Cocktails and light hor d’oeurves will be provided at the cocktail reception.