The maze of local, state and national laws that govern the election of public officials gets more complicated each year. Our excellent faculty is comprised of experts from both the government and private sectors, offering a balanced view of Pennsylvania’s election process for local, state and federal offices from both sides of the regulatory fence. Update your knowledge of case law and applicable statutes as you take part in discussion of the most current issues in election law.
• Understanding the basics about the electoral process
• Getting your candidate on the ballot and keeping them there
• Discuss current case law and applicable statutes
Lawrence M. Otter, Esquire is a solo practitioner concentrating on election law and litigation, First Amendment political speech and civil rights cases.
- Kristen Brown, Esquire, Prothonotary of the Commonwealth Court
- Jonathan Marks, Pennsylvania Department of State, Commissioner for the Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation
- V. Kurt Bellman, Research Analyst with the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee,
- Adam Bonin, Esquire, represents clients in campaign finance, election law, pay-to-play, and lobbying compliance matters and has been a leader in efforts on behalf of the rights of online speakers. While in law school, Adam studied election law under then-Professor Barack Obama.
- Samuel Stretton, Esquire has been practicing law for the last 46 years and has extensive experience in election and ethics matters.
- Paul A Rossi, Esquire, has extensive Federal Court experience successfully litigating against constitutionally dubious election laws throughout the United States
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||Lawrence M. Otter,
||6 Substantive & 1 Ethics CLE / 5 Substantive & 1 Ethics CLE (PA)*
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