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No rational lawyer should aspire to develop an expertise in litigaatin redistricting cases. As a general matter, redistricting litigation involving congressional and state legislative distriict occurs only once every ten years, after the results of the decennial census (mandated byArticle I, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution) are made available in the “one” year of each decade.Although a redistricting lawsuit can go on for several years, typically it is filed and resolved in the first third of...

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