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The 2020 US Presidential Election: What Next?

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This election cycle is like no other that has come before it - a global pandemic, worldwide movements for racial justice and equality, increased frequency and intensity of natural disasters due to climate change, and dramatic shifts the movement of people and power dynamics between countries. Meanwhile, the very legitimacy of the election has been questioned by both parties in the months leading up to the vote setting the stage for a contentious legal battle once the ballots have been counted.

Taking place two weeks following the election, this discussion will examine the fallout and potential legal challenges, and explore opportunities for pathways to positive change for many of the critical issues facing this country.

Featured speakers:

Deborah N. Archer, Associate Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, NYU School of Law

Samuel Issacharoff, Bonnie and Richard Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law, NYU School of Law

Sylvia Maier, Clinical Associate Professor and Faculty Lead for the Global Gender Concentration, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs

Michael Oppenheimer, Clinical Professor and Faculty Lead for the IR/Global Futures Concentration, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs

DATE NOVEMBER 18, 2020
TIME 6:30PM-8PM EST
LOCATION Virtual via Zoom
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact sps.global.affairs@nyu.edu
DATE NOVEMBER 18, 2020
TIME 6:30PM-8PM EST
LOCATION Virtual via Zoom
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact sps.global.affairs@nyu.edu

RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2020-us-presidential-election-what-next-tickets-121443592053

This election cycle is like no other that has come before it - a global pandemic, worldwide movements for racial justice and equality, increased frequency and intensity of natural disasters due to climate change, and dramatic shifts the movement of people and power dynamics between countries. Meanwhile, the very legitimacy of the election has been questioned by both parties in the months leading up to the vote setting the stage for a contentious legal battle once the ballots have been counted.

Taking place two weeks following the election, this discussion will examine the fallout and potential legal challenges, and explore opportunities for pathways to positive change for many of the critical issues facing this country.

Featured speakers:

Deborah N. Archer, Associate Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, NYU School of Law

Samuel Issacharoff, Bonnie and Richard Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law, NYU School of Law

Sylvia Maier, Clinical Associate Professor and Faculty Lead for the Global Gender Concentration, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs

Michael Oppenheimer, Clinical Professor and Faculty Lead for the IR/Global Futures Concentration, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs