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Friday, March 23, 2001
Panel 1: State Election Law and Presidential Selection
View Prof. Hasen's accompanying Powerpoint presentation.
Moderator: Nat Stern (Florida State University)
Richard Briffault (Columbia): Equal Protection and Federalism in Bush v Gore
Richard Hasen (Loyola of Los Angeles): Bush v. Gore and the Future of Equal Protection Law in Elections
Steve Bickerstaff (Texas)
Heather Gerken (Harvard)
Spencer Overton (UC Davis)
Panel 2: What's Left of Federalism in Presidential Elections?
Moderator: Mark Seidenfeld (Florida State University)
Harold Krent (Chicago-Kent): Judging Judging: The Problem of Secondguessing State Courts' Interpretation of State Law in Bush v. Gore
Peter Shane (Pittsburgh): Missing Elements of the Fourteenth Amendment in Bush v. Gore: Procedural Due Process and the Federal Right to Vote for Presidential Electors
Pamela Karlan (Stanford)
Robert Pushaw (Missouri-Columbia)
Charles Tiefer (Baltimore)
Panel 3: What Remains of State Constitutions?
Moderator: Jim Rossi (Florida State University)
James Gardner (Western New England): The Regulatory Role of State Constitutional Structural Constraints in Presidential Elections
Robert Schapiro (Emory): Bush v. Gore and the Threat to State Constitutional Law
William Marshall (North Carolina)
Richard Pildes (NYU)
Thomas Warner (Solicitor General, State of Florida)
Panel 4: The U.S. Constitution and the Electoral College
Moderator: Steven Gey (Florida State University)
Luis Fuentes-Rohwer (Georgetown) & Guy-Uriel Charles (Minnesota): Should We Rethink the Electoral College?
Sanford Levinson & Ernest Young (Texas): Who's Afraid of the Twelfth Amendment?
Elizabeth Garrett (Chicago)
John O. McGinnis (Cardozo)