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  • Description

    The history of voting rights in the United States is both complex and fascinating, offering a window into a variety of issues such as slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction and Jim Crow, as well as the impact of other populations such as women and Native Americans. This CLE course will offer an overview of voting rights as related in Supreme Court decisions from the birth of the country to the present day. The course will explore the fundamental rights of its citizens and how that right has informed the decisions that have had such a marked impact on voting over the centuries.

  • Instructor Bio

    Louis Braun

    Louis J. Braun holds a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics from City University of NY and a law degree from Pace University. He previously practiced at Weil Gotshal for over 8 years. Louis practices commercial and corporate law and has authored three peer reviewed articles which have appeared in the Duke Mathematical Journal, the Hastings Law Journal and the Utah Law Review. He is also a Civil Rights activist, was a local coordinator for Dr. Martin Luther King's Selma to Montgomery March and the former National Chairman of Americans Democratic Action, Campus Division. He can be reached at