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Weiss v. Teachout: Do Residency Requirements Still Make Sense?
Start Date: 9/30/2014Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Date: 9/30/2014End Time: 1:30 PM

Event Description:

September 30th • 12:30 pm • Room 3-09.

Fordham Law Professor Zephyr Teachout had an incredible summer running for Governor. But she also had a fascinating trial that touched on fundamental constitutional questions about the residency of our elected officials in New York state. 

Please join the two attorneys that litigated: Weiss v. Teachout, for a conversation about the constitutional requirement of residency. Does it still make sense? Did it ever make sense?


Panelists: 

Lawrence A. Mandelker

Kantor, Davidoff, Wolfe, Mandelker, Twomey & Gallanty, P.C.

Represented the Respondent

 

Martin Connor

Attorney for Governor Andrew Cuomo

Represented the Petitioner

 

Moderated by:

Professor Jerry Goldfeder

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

 

Presented by the Fordham Law Advocates for Voting Rights (FLAVR)

Location Information:
Lincoln Center Campus - Fordham University School of Law  (View Map)
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
New York
Phone: 212-636-6000
Room: 3-09
Contact Information:
Name: Fordham Law Advocates for Voting Rights (FLAVR)
Email: PIRC@law.fordham.edu
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