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Election Law Refresher: Gearing up for the 2022 Cycle

Total Credits: 3.75 CLE, 0.75 Ethics

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Original Program Date:
Jun 23, 2021


Election law is a rapidly evolving field and became a focus of national debate during the 2020 presidential election. New developments in the areas of redistricting, petition challenges, campaign finance and election administration have resulted in many new federal and state election laws and court rulings.   The 2022 cycle is already in full swing, and we will likely see many new federal and state election-related lawsuits, as well as new election legislation at both the state and federal level.  

This seminar will provide an overview of recent election law developments, as well as a series of practical tips for the election law attorney. Please join us for this informative, useful, and entertaining seminar.

Topics will include:
  • State and Federal Election Law Developments –overviews of new legislation and case law, and a guided conversation with Arizona election officials
  • Launching Ballot Measure and Candidate Committees
  • Redistricting Update
  • Keynote address from former Chief Justice Scott Bales

Sarah Gonski, Perkins Coie*
Joe Kanefield, Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Chief of Staff*

Honorable Scott Bales, (ret.), Scott Bales LLC, and former Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court
Rhonda Barnes, Arizona House of Representatives
James Barton, II, Barton Mendez Soto PLLC
Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Pima County Recorder
Bo Dul, Arizona Secretary of State, Election Director
Andy Gaona, Coppersmith Brockelman
Roy Herrera, Ballard Spahr
Brett W. Johnson, Snell and Wilmer
Mary O'Grady, Osborn Maledon
Stephen Richer, Maricopa County Recorder
Eric H. Spencer, Snell and Wilmer
David Stevens, Cochise County Recorder
Linley Wilson, Arizona Attorney General’s Office

*Also presenting