Racial and Economic Justice in Local Governance
Professor Daniel P. Tokaji will speak on Racial and Economic Justice in Local Governance. Professor Daniel Tokaji is an authority on the law of elections and democracy. He teaches courses on Election Law, Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, Civil Procedure, and Legislation. His scholarship addresses questions of voting rights, racial justice, free speech, and the role of the courts in American democracy.
This event is co-sponsored with PILPSS (The School of Law's Public Interest Law and Policy Speaker Series).
This event will be held at the Washington University School of Law in the Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom. Event is free and open to the public.RSVP