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Rebecca Green

Associate Professor of Law and Co-Director, The Election Law Program at William & Mary

Rebecca Green is an Associate Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School in Virginia. Professor Green Co-Directs of the Election Law Program, a joint project of the Law School and the National Center for State Courts. In that role, Green oversees its annual symposia and speaker series and undertakes a series of projects designed to educate judges about election law topics, including producing a webinar series for judges in advance of the 2020 election and a set of Election War Games offered at state judicial conferences in Virginia, Colorado, and Wisconsin.

Green oversees the State Election Law eBenchbook project, a pilot project to help judges, journalists, and students better understand state election law ecosystems. In 2013, Green co-founded Revive My Vote with a student to assist Virginians with prior felony convictions regain the right to vote. Green supervises students on a variety of projects for groups like the ABA Standing Committee on Election Law, the League of Women Voters, the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, and Protect Democracy. Professor Green serves as the faculty advisor to the student-run State of Elections blog and the Alliance of Students at the Polls (ASAP), a national network of law students mobilized to support state and local election administrators.

Professor Green serves as a member of the National Task Force on Election Crises. She is regularly quoted in national media including the New York Times, The Guardian, Forbes, the New Yorker, the Washington Post, Politico, and others, and has provided commentary on voting and elections on C-SPAN, the BBC, and elsewhere.

Green’s research interests focus on the intersection of privacy law and elections, most recently on the topics of FOIA-flooded election offices, partisan involvement in election administration, election transparency, candidate privacy, and redistricting transparency. She has also explored the use of alternative dispute resolution in election processes.

State Expertise: National, Va.
Speaks: English

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