EPISODE 17: DEAN DANIEL TOKAJI AND ELECTION LAW

A remotely-recorded podcast interview with Dean Daniel P. Tokaji, the Fred W. & Vi Miller Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School.

Dean Tokaji (SSRN; Law Repository) is an expert in voting law and he discusses two recent pieces he authored on the topic. “Truth, Democracy, and the Limits of Law” was published in the Saint Louis University Law Journal in 2020 and deals with the importance of truth in democracy.

“#2DaysOut: Ten Things to Watch for on (and after) Election Day” is a symposium contribution for the Election Law Blog and was published two days before Election Day in 2020.

Dean Tokaji also mentions a new piece he is working on which relies on the scholarship of UW Law Professor Emeritus Neil K. Komesar. The working paper may be found on SSRN here.

The interview was conducted on January 14, 2021. | 42:04 minutes; published January 19, 2021. Transcript file (PDF).

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