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April 15, 2022

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The Fordham University School of Law celebrated the launch of its Voting Rights and Democracy Project, directed by Stroock Special Counsel Jerry Goldfeder, with a virtual panel discussion on April 12, 2022.

“One need not be partisan to really recognize that our country is at an inflection point,” Jerry says, noting that state-level legislation has made voting more difficult during a time when volunteering as an election administrator has also become more dangerous.

“The goal of our Voting Rights and Democracy Project is to provide students with the legal tools to preserve our constitutional democracy,” he adds. “Through panels like this, volunteer opportunities on cases, internships, a new online journal, and a podcast, we're hoping to provide our students with the tools to be the next generation of voting rights lawyers.”

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April 15, 2022

Targeted News Service

The Fordham University School of Law celebrated the launch of its Voting Rights and Democracy Project, directed by Stroock Special Counsel Jerry Goldfeder, with a virtual panel discussion on April 12, 2022.

“One need not be partisan to really recognize that our country is at an inflection point,” Jerry says, noting that state-level legislation has made voting more difficult during a time when volunteering as an election administrator has also become more dangerous.

“The goal of our Voting Rights and Democracy Project is to provide students with the legal tools to preserve our constitutional democracy,” he adds. “Through panels like this, volunteer opportunities on cases, internships, a new online journal, and a podcast, we're hoping to provide our students with the tools to be the next generation of voting rights lawyers.”

Click here to read more.

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