The Deputy Director of the Election Law Program at Moritz, Professor Steven Huefner was recently interviewed by Ohio State Insights for a feature titled, “Mail-in voting is necessary, but should you do it?” Huefner discusses the pros and cons of […]
A deputy director of the Election Law Program at Ohio State, Professor Steven Huefner recently authored an op-ed in The Fulcrum titled, “DOJ policy reversal more likely to disrupt election than build confidence.” “We can hope Justice Department attorneys around […]
Professor Steven Huefner, an expert in clinical education and election law was recently quoted in a Columbus Dispatch article titled, “Householder charges prompt bills to change Ohio campaign finance laws.” “One of the unanswered questions is how much disclosure the […]
Professors Edward Foley and Steven Huefner were recently featured in an American Law Institution podcast titled, “Faithless Electors: SCOTUS Decisions and Implications for November.” Professor Foley recently published his book, “Presidential Elections and Majority Rule: The Rise, Demise, and Potential […]
Professor Steven F. Huefner was recently referenced in an article by the California Globe titled, “House Rejects CA Congressman’s Amendment On A Bill To Stop Foreign Interference In Elections.” “Steven F. Huefner, a law professor from Moritz College of Law […]
“Bladen County, North Carolina, provides the latest object lesson for anyone genuinely interested in improving American elections,” Huefner writes. “Each day this past week brought a new revelation about apparent absentee ballot fraud there, fraud that appears increasingly likely to lead North Carolina authorities (or the U.S. House of Representatives) to call for a new election for the state’s 9th Congressional District.”
Professors Steven Huefner and Marc Spindelman were elected to the American Law Institute (ALI), an independent U.S. organization that strives to clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law. ALI publishes model statutes and principles of law that are enormously influential in the courts and legislatures. They join eight other Moritz faculty who also serve on ALI.