[PAST EVENT] Election Data Security War Game: Testing Critical Infrastructure Designation
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- Open to the public
On April 12, 2018, the William & Mary Election Law Program will host a unique symposium aimed at expanding understanding of the role of courts in promoting election security. The symposium will kick off with a war game simulating an election security dispute in the fictional state of “Flichigan.” Panelists will then debrief the moot and discuss election security challenges going forward, including the role of the federal government in helping states secure election infrastructure, the perils and promise of our decentralized election system, and the role of judges in promoting public confidence in state election security. The symposium has been approved for 2 CLE credits.
The Election Law Program is a joint project of the Law School and the National Center for State Courts.
Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Center for Democracy & Technology
Kemba Walden, Department of Homeland Security
Mark Listes, Election Assistance Commission
David Becker, Center for Election Innovation & Research
Edgardo Cortes, Former Commissioner Virginia Department of Elections
John Davisson, Electronic Privacy Information Center
Registration (free) and more details, including the schedule, are available on the link below.