Who Deserves to Vote? Who Deserves to be Represented?

Mon May 9th 2016, 12:45 - 2:00pm
Event Sponsor
McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law
Stanford Law School, Room 280A
Who Deserves to Vote? Who Deserves to be Represented?

Who can vote? How are votes aggregated to determine winners and losers? These two questions have long been central to the American political process. This panel will discuss several of the most important emerging issues in the law and the ethics of democracy. The panelists will be:

  • Rabia Belt, Assistant Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
  • Pamela S. Karlan. Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law, Stanford Law School
  • J. Morgan Kousser, the William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of History and Social Science at Cal Tech
  • Daniel P. Tokaji, the Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Professor of Constitutional Law at Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Co-sponsored with the Levin Center for Public Service.

This event is part of The Ethics of Democracy series.The Ethics of Democracy is a university-wide series of events during the winter and spring. Sponsored by the McCoy Center for Ethics in Society, the Department of Art & Art History, the Department of Music, and Stanford Law School, the series explores the ethics of democracy from the perspective of scholars, practitioners, and civil leaders across the country.