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  1. Young to Speak at University of Richmond Election Law Panel

    On Monday October 24, 2011, John Hardin Young will be featured on the University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law “Election Law Panel: Voter Rights, Redistricting, and the Constitution.”  The panel, which will take place from 6:00 P.M. until …

  2. Howard Contributes to Elections Chapter in Developments in Adminstrative Law and Regulatory Practice

    Liz Howard contributed to the recently published twelfth volume of the ABA’s Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice (ABA 2011).  In the introduction for the Elections chapter, she commented on the interesting developments and factors affecting election law in …

  3. Sandler, Reiff, Young & Lamb Cited by Chambers as a Top Political Lawfirm

    Chambers USA once again recognized Sandler, Reiff & Young as a top political law firm.  The 2011 Guide to the nation’s best lawyers reads: At six lawyers strong, this team is not among the largest on the market, but its …

  4. Howard Featured at Congressional Youth Leadership Council Conference

    Liz Howard was a featured presenter at the recent leadership conference hosted by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council.  The presentation was designed to provide an overview of the legal issues surrounding running for political office, such as fundraising, independent expenditures …

  5. Wice Featured in National Journal Blog

    Jeff Wice was recently featured on the National Journal’s “Expert Blogs.”  Mr. Wice was one of seven national experts who responded to a question asking, what matters more in redistricting: the GOP’s edge in statehouse control or a Democratic Department …

  6. Reiff Quoted in Roll Call

    Neil Reiff was recently quoted in a Roll Call article, rejecting the idea that the Federal Election Commission is broken.  According to the article, campaign finance reform advocates are concerned the FEC is “broken” and therefore, incapable of enforcing campaign …

  7. Sandler, Reiff Speak at GU, GW Election Law Society Panels on Campaign Finance

    On March 28, Neil Reiff appeared on a panel sponsored by the George Washington University Law School Election Law Society.  The panel included GW Law Professor Spencer Overton, Leslie Rutledge, counsel from the Republican National Committee, as well as prominent …

  8. ABA Task Force Recommends Distancing Between Lobbying, Campaign Funding

    Joe Sandler served as a Co-Chair of the Task Force on Federal Lobbying Laws of the American Bar Association’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice.  On January 11, the Task Force issued its report, entitled “Lobbying Law in the …

  9. Wice Presents Media Seminar on Redistricting

    In cooperation with the National Conference on State Legislators, Jeff Wice presented a media seminar, entitled “How Redistricting Works: the Nuts and Bolts for Reporters.”  The seminar, held on January 25th, was designed to provide journalists a better understanding of …

  10. Howard Appointed Liaison To ABA Standing Committee on Election Law

    At the end of last year, the Election Law Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Administrative Law and Practice appointed Liz Howard as the Committee’s liaison to the ABA’s Standing Committee on Election Law.  In this capacity, Liz …