Absentee/Mail In Voting
Review the absentee voting regulations and deadlines in your state here.
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising sharply, more states are starting to look at mail-in and absentee voting as a safe way for eligible voters to cast their ballots in November. However, there is much debate around the security of voting by mail, with some saying that mail in ballots could make the election process susceptible to fraud. Click here to see current developments, review current voting options like mail-in and absentee voting, and see what changes Congress is considering.
Click here to view key deadlines for the 2020 election including the debate and primary schedules.View - 2020 Election Dates
The Centennial of the 19th Amendment provides the legal profession the opportunity to celebrate 100 years of women's constitutional right to vote, educate the public about the Nineteenth Amendment and the battle for women's suffrage, and promote laws that ensure women's full and equal exercise of their right to vote and to participate in our democracy.Register - Here
The Standing Committee on Election Law
Developing and examining ways to improve the Federal electoral process in order to permit the broadest, least restrictive access by Americans to the ballot box. The Standing Committee on Election Law was created in 1973 with the purpose of developing and examining ways to improve the federal electoral process.
Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
Whatever your area of specialization, CRSJ has a place for you. The Section fulfills our role by: raising and addressing often complex and difficult civil rights and civil liberties issues in a changing and diverse society; and ensuring that protection of individual rights remains a focus of legal and policy decisions.
The Young Lawyers Division
The Young Lawyers Division is the ABA’s home for the new attorney, giving members tools to navigate the early years of a career, opportunities to network, and resources to grow skill sets.