Actions by the U.S. Supreme Court and North Carolina’s judiciary, legislative and executive branches have dramatically transformed election and campaign finance law over the past several years. As a result, the conduct of North Carolina’s political campaigns and elections are permanently altered.
This program examines these changes and what they mean for the future, equipping you with the knowledge to execute the following skills:
Instruct your political, business and individual clients on permissible issue advocacy, election and campaign practices, and on guarding against the opposition’s actions
Properly advise your clients on complying with new campaign and reporting landscapes
Understand North Carolina’s major election law changes and important 2018-2019 court decisions
Planned by the NCBA Constitutional Rights & Responsibilities Section
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Practice Before the Board of Elections | Bell, Circosta and Love
Cyberlaw, Digital Advertising and Disclosure | Kromm, Sinclair and Sutherland
Independent Expenditure - How to Do Them Right | Hill, Long and Weisel
Point/Counterpoint 2020 Election Discussion | Jackson and Wrenn | Moderator: TBD
Political Milk - Money, Corruption and Ethics | Freeman and McKinney
Case Review - North Carolina and Beyond (0.5 Ethics) | Judge Hunter and Weisel
Redistricting Reform | Bode and Stam
Gerrymandering Litigation Review | Braden, Crowell and Speas
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