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Prof. Atiba Ellis

Marquette University Law School


Prof. Atiba R. Ellis joined the Marquette University Law School faculty in 2018. His research focuses on voting rights law with specific attention to how varying conceptions of the right to vote exclude voters on the margins. He has written about the economic entry barriers posed by voter ID laws, felon disenfranchisement laws, the theoretical effects of the Citizens United Supreme Court decision, the impact of the Supreme Court's decision in Shelby County v. Holder, and related topics. Prof. Ellis’s current research focuses on voting rights theory and how ideology affects the scope of the right to vote. He has also written on critical legal theory and legal history.

Prof. Ellis is a frequent speaker at academic conferences, university and law school lectures, and community events about voting rights law, how race and gender affect the law of politics, diversity issues, and other matters related to the law of politics.

Prof. Ellis joined Marquette after teaching for nine years at West Virginia University College of Law and after serving as the Boden Visiting Professor of Law at Marquette Law School in the fall of 2017.

Product Type
Conference

2021 Virtual Annual Meeting


Total Credits: 20.6 MCLE, 11.2 Ethics, 4.7 Elimination of Bias, 19.0 Kansas Credit, 11.0 Kansas Ethics, 2.0 Kansas LPM

Practice Area:
Bankruptcy |  Business & Corporate |  Civil Practice & Procedure |  Elder |  Elimination of Bias |  Ethics |  Family |  Labor / Employment |  Lawyer Well-being |  New Attorney |  Practice Management / Technology |  Trusts, Estate Planning & Probate
Speaker Bio:
Comm. Carol Aiken |  Seth Albin |  Sarah Bardol |  Melinda Bentley |  Brandon Boulware |  Suzanne Brown Walsh |  Hon. Michael Burton |  Alisse Camazine |  ....
Duration:
558 Hours 50 Minutes
Price:
$189.00 - Regular Price - 8/10/2021 thru 10/1/2021

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