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2014

College of William & Mary Law School

Technology

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Rethinking Transparency In U.S. Elections, Rebecca Green Dec 2014

Rethinking Transparency In U.S. Elections, Rebecca Green

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Bush v. Gore catapulted this country into a crisis of confidence in the management of our elections. Despite reforms since 2000, public confidence in election administration continues to wane. Are dead people on the rolls? Are noncitizens voting? Are provisional ballots wrongly rejected? State election transparency statutes meant to reassure the public that elections are producing legitimate results are often conflicting, vague, and even nonexistent. Exacerbating the problem, the last two decades have witnessed huge changes that offset the transparency balance. Dramatic changes in how Americans vote, how elections are administered, and who scrutinizes the election process call for a ...


Judging In The Age Of Technology, Fredric I. Lederer Oct 2014

Judging In The Age Of Technology, Fredric I. Lederer

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Some Thoughts On Technology And The Practice Of Law, Fredric I. Lederer Jan 2014

Some Thoughts On Technology And The Practice Of Law, Fredric I. Lederer

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