Books in category Law – Election Law

  • Election Law in a Nutshell

    Election Law in a Nutshell
    Daniel Tokaji

    The Nutshell covers U.S. constitutional law in these areas, as well as the Voting Rights Act, Federal Election Campaign Act, and other essential statutes. It includes Evenwel v. Abbott, McDonnell v.

  • Election Law and Litigation

    Election Law and Litigation
    Edward B. Foley

    This casebook offers a student-friendly, practical approach with carefully-designed pedagogical features.

  • Political Parties and Elections

    Political Parties and Elections
    Anika Gauja

    In its subject matter, comparative scope, and interdisciplinary theoretical framework, this book examines not only electoral law but also ancillary legislation such as funding regulations, associations and corporations law, and …

  • Le droit √ des √ lections libres

    Le droit à des élections libres
    Yannick Lécuyer

    Le droit à des élections libres figure parmi les droits les plus difficiles à appréhender : principe objectif et indispensable de toute société démocratique, il est aussi un droit subjectif et fondamental invocable par tout citoyen.

  • Storable Votes

    Storable Votes
    Alessandra Casella

    This book complements the theoretical discussion with several experiments, showing that the promise of the idea is borne out by the data: the outcomes of the experiments and the payoffs realized match very closely the predictions of the …

  • Harvard Law Review Volume 128 Number 4 February 2015

    Harvard Law Review: Volume 128, Number 4 – February 2015
    Harvard Law Review

    This issue of the Review is Feb. 2015, the fourth issue of academic year 2014-2015 (Volume 128). The digital edition features active Contents, linked notes, and proper ebook and Bluebook formatting.

  • The Most Fundamental Right

    The Most Fundamental Right
    Daniel McCool

    Is the VRA the cornerstone of civil rights law that prevents unfair voting practices, or is it an anachronism that no longer serves American democracy? Divided into three sections, the book utilizes a point/counterpoint approach.

  • The Myth of Voter Fraud

    The Myth of Voter Fraud
    Lorraine C. Minnite

    Yet, that claim is a myth. In The Myth of Voter Fraud, Lorraine C. Minnite presents the results of her meticulous search for evidence of voter fraud.

  • Dynasties and Interludes

    Dynasties and Interludes
    Lawrence LeDuc, Jon H. Pammett

    Dynasties and Interludes provides a comprehensive and unique overview of elections and voting in Canada from Confederation to the most recent election.

  • Commissioned Ridings

    Commissioned Ridings
    John C. Courtney

    A study of institutional transformation and changing public and political attitudes toward the redistribution of electoral constituencies in Canada.

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