Election Law and Litigation: The Judicial Regulation of Politics
This casebook offers a student-friendly, practical approach with carefully designed pedagogical features. Its streamlined approach tracks the chronological order of an election, with significant focus on election administration. The authors have considered carefully how to make this book as student oriented as possible. The case selections reflect both the key Supreme Court decisions in this field and lower court decisions that are particularly well-suited to aid student comprehension. The cases are set up with introductory material that highlights for students the key points they should consider while reading. The cases are carefully edited to remove any unnecessary distractions. The notes following each case raise the types of thought-provoking questions a professor might ask in class. There are no extraneous "case notes" or lengthy citations to lower court opinions or law review articles. Every aspect of this book is geared toward ensuring this is a true teaching text.
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Douglas, Joshua A.; Foley, Edward B.; and Pitts, Michael J., "Election Law and Litigation: The Judicial Regulation of Politics" (2022). Law Faculty Books and Chapters. 7.