September 25, 2019 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Fall 2019 Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow Dale Ho, Director of ACLU's Voting Rights Project, will be at UCLA Law from Monday, September 23 through Wednesday, September 25. A leading litigator who has fought for voting rights and against voter suppression across the country, Dale also recently successfully argued before the U.S. Supreme Court to keep the 2020 Census from asking about U.S. citizenship.
During Dale's visit, we will host the following UCLA Law student-only opportunities to meet with him (RSVP here):
- Wednesday, 9/25, 12:15-1:30PM, Room 2448 - Civil Rights Career Talk (opportunity to learn about Dale's career path as a law clerk, Fried Frank Fellow, and attorney at NAACP LDF and ACLU)
- Monday, 9/23 and Tuesday, 9/24, Room TBD - One-on-One/Small Group Office Hours (meet with Dale him to ask him questions his career path, his and the ACLU's current work in voting rights, and to seek advice about your public interest career)
The Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellowship is an initiative of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy and is made possible by the support of Margaret Levy. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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