Law School Election Day Resources

November 3, 2008

The Law School offers a number of Election Day resources.


Ortiz Agniss Sayler
Media questions about election law:Professor Daniel Ortiz teaches election law, as well as constitutional law, administrative law, civil procedure and legal theory. He can be reached at or
(434) 924-3127.
Student involvement:Many Virginia Law students are active in the election, working for both candidates and in other capacities. Related story Analyzing the candidates:From FDR to Barack Obama, Professor Robert Sayler recently examined how good - or bad - oral advocacy has affected modern presidential elections. Video









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