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  • Description
    The fear of corruption as weighted against the ability of a candidate to properly campaign has made campaign finance a hot topic with no practical solution that satisfies all sides. One of the most controversial issues under debate is that of coordinated expenditures and their impact on campaigning. This course will offer definitions and examples of these types of contributions as well as that of independent expenditures. The course will also offer an overview of campaign finance of the various committees that are involved.
  • Instructor Bio

    Lisa Chapland

    Lisa Chapland is an associate in the Princeton, N.J. office of Hill Wallack LLP and a member of the firm’s Municipal Law, Administrative Law/Government Contracts and General Litigation practice groups.

    Ms. Chapland focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and has experience in various areas of the law including construction litigation, insurance defense, employment law, defamation, election law, land use, environmental and regulatory issues, family law, public bidding, and the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act.

    Ms. Chapland is admitted to practice in New Jersey (2007), New York (2007) and the District of Columbia (2007). She earned her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law, and her B.A. in Journalism and Mass Media, and Political Science from Rutgers University, Douglass College. Ms. Chapland is also fluent in American Sign Language.