REDRAWING THE MAPS: Redistricting, Race, & Representation in the Next Decade
January 28, 2012
Each year the Levin Center hosts a symposium on a substantive topic that brings together academics, practitioners, and law students to reflect on a public interest issue. On January 28, 2012, the Levin Center will be hosting a symposium entitled REDRAWING THE MAPS: Redistricting, Race, and Representation in the Next Decade. This year’s symposium is co-sponsored with the Stanford Law & Policy Review (SLPR), and features a keynote address by Angelo Ancheta, Commissioner of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission and Director of the Community Law Center at Santa Clara Law School. See this page for the conference agenda: /program/centers/pip/symposia/ The symposium is free and open to the public. MCLE credit will be available for lawyers. To RSVP, please fill out your information here: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/law/forms/Symposium.fb
- Negar Katirai
Open to all registered guests.