VOTING EXPERTS OFFERING ANALYSIS OF EleCtion and ITS AFTERMATH
Professor Gilda Daniels
Prof. Daniels is an expert in civil rights, voting rights and voter suppression. She has brought cases that involved various provisions of the Voting Rights Act, the National Voter Registration Act and other voting rights statutes. Prior to teaching at UB Law, she served as a deputy chief in the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Voting Section in both the Clinton and Bush administrations.
Her book, Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America , was published in January 2020.
Turnout with Katie Couric podcast, "Democracy is a Group Sport," Oct. 1
The Youth Vote Podcast, Voting in American, Sept. 29
- California Law Review 2020 Symposium on Democracy Reform, Sept. 13
Professor Kim Wehle
Prof. Wehle teaches civil procedure and administrative law at UB Law. Among her previous roles, she was an associate independent counsel in the Office of Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr, and as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Civil Division of the Office of the United States Attorney in Washington, D.C.
Her book, What You Need to Know About Voting -- and Why , was published in June 2020. Her book, What You Need to Know About the Constitution -- and Why , was published in June 2019.
Presidential pardon power, MSNBC, Dec. 1
Maryland Public Television's Direct Connection Election Special, Oct. 26. Segment begins at 17:37
- Find videos of Prof. Wehle's media appearances here.
- Find Prof. Wehle's published articles here.