Friday, September 3, 2010

Come see me speak about election law

Next Friday, the Republican National Lawyers Association is sponsoring an Election Law Seminar, and yours truly is one of the presenters.  Here are the details:

Friday, September 10th, 2010
Noon - 7:00 p.m.
Disney's Contemporary Resort
Nutcracker III Room
4600 World Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Program includes lunch.   Sign up online here.
Presenters include:

Sean Cairncross, General Counsel and Deputy Executive Director, National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC)
Ariana Fajardo, Co-Chair, Florida RNLA Chapter
Jason Gonzalez, General Counsel, Republican Party of Florida
Dan Nordby, Special Counsel, Republican Party of Florida
Paul Renner, Chair, Florida RNLA Chapter
Rocky Rodriguez, former general counsel, Governor Jeb Bush
Sarah Rumpf, Election Law Attorney and Campaign Consultant :)
Michael Sevi, Associate, DLA Piper
Thomas Spencer, Board of Governors, Republican National Lawyers Association
Daniel Woodring, Woodring Law Firm
James Woodruff, Assistant Professor of Lawyering Process, Florida Coastal School of Law

Cost: $60.00 for attorneys (includes continuing legal education credit), $20.00 for non-attorneys.  CLE credit: 5 hours of Florida CLE credit, including 1 hour ethics credit.  Even non-attorneys will benefit from this program, as it offers all the election training you will need to volunteer for a Florida campaign this fall.

Topics covered:

Introduction to Election Law
Introduction to Campaign Finance Law, including Citizens United
Military Voting Issues
Voter Registration and Early Voting
Election Day Legal Issues including, Rules for Poll Watchers, Electioneering, Election Law Crimes, Provisional Balloting, and Election Day Litigation *
Post-Election Canvassing and Recounts
Ethics in Election Law

* This is the section I am presenting with Rocky Rodriguez.  She is definitely one of  Florida's experts on this topic and you are going to enjoy hearing from her.

Please note that due to the RNLA's sponsorship of this event, that attendance is limited to Republicans.  If you are not already a member of the RNLA or are not otherwise already known by the RPOF, you will need a reference in order to attend this seminar.  If you have problems signing up, let me know.  Thanks!


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