Join the ACLU of Florida on Thursday, August 12 for a webinar on redistricting law and policy in Florida. Our speaker will be Nicholas Warren, voting rights staff attorney with the ACLU of Florida.
This 90-minute seminar will provide an overview of the process and law of redistricting in Florida. We outline the legislative and judicial process for redistricting, then lay out the different doctrines and legal constraints in this evolving area of law – including Florida’s Fair Districts Amendments, the Voting Rights Act, racial gerrymandering, and “one person, one vote.”
There will be special attention on the law’s application in Florida during the 2010 cycle, and what we can expect from the upcoming cycle. Additionally, we will discuss we know about the Legislature’s preparations for this coming cycle, and data difficulties resulting from the chaotic 2020 Census. Fifteen minutes will be reserved at the end for a Q&A.
CLE for 2.0 General credit hours
(including 2.0 State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice Certification)
About the Speaker: Nicholas Warren joined the ACLU of Florida in September 2020 as a staff attorney focusing on voting rights. He received his B.A. from Middlebury College and his J.D. from NYU School of Law. During law school, he interned at the New York City Campaign Finance Board, the Civil Rights Bureau of the New York Attorney General’s Office, and the Center for Popular Democracy. Previously, he worked on the 2010 redistricting cycle litigation at the Florida Supreme Court. Before joining the ACLU, he clerked at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. He is admitted to practice in Florida, New York, and all federal courts in Florida.
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