New York State Election Law Issues

April 2023

tue25apr5:30 pmtue7:15 pmNew York State Election Law Issues

Event Details

Please join Professor Jeffrey M. Wice to learn more about redistricting and state election laws. The New York State Constitution was amended in 2014 to change the process and rules governing the drawing of district lines for the NYS legislature and NY’s congressional districts. The post 2020 census redistricting was the first test for the new plan – yet issues and problems with NYS’ electoral system remain.

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

5:30 p.m.–7:15 p.m.


2 NY Credits: 2 PP (transitional and nontransitiona)
2 NJ Credits: 2 General

For more information and to register to this event.

Program Co-Sponsors
New York Census and Redistricting Institute, and Center for New York City Law at New York Law School, and New York County Lawyers Association’s Justice Center

Program Chairs
Jeffrey M. Wice, Adjunct Professor and Senior Fellow, New York Census and Redistricting Institute/New York Law School; Special Counsel, New York City Districting Commission
Hon. Joan Madden (Ret.), JAMS Mediator and Arbitrator, NYCLA’s Justice Center

Jeffrey M. Wice, New York Census and Redistricting Institute/New York Law School

Richard Briffault, Joseph P. Chamberlain Professor of Legislation, Columbia Law School
Dr. John Flateau, Member, NYS Independent Redistricting Commission, Former Executive Director, NYC Districting Commission
David Imamura, Westchester  County Legislator, former Chair, NYS Independent Redistricting Commission; Fulvia Vargas-De Leon, Latino Justice