Cameron Kistler is a counsel at Protect Democracy, where his practice primarily consists of voting rights and constitutional litigation. He has extensively litigated and published on the federal laws prohibiting voter intimidation. In addition, before joining Protect Democracy, Cameron clerked for judges on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Eastern District of Louisiana and practiced commercial and appellate litigation at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He is a graduate of Yale Law School, where he was a notes editor on the Yale Law Journal.
- “A 1960s Lawsuit Against the KKK Can Help Protect Elections in 2020” by Cameron Kistler and Nanya Springer in Slate
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