Public Law and Policy Program

The Public Law and Policy Program continues Berkeley Law’s long tradition of scholarship on issues of constitutional and administrative law, and judicial and legislative process. It focuses in particular on the separation of powers, the balance of authority between the federal and state governments, interpretation, and public policymaking. The Program advances its mission by supporting research and scholarship, and holding events to generate public discussion and understanding of the interaction between law and public policy.

Winners and Losers in the 2018 Midterm Elections:
Why it Happened and What it Means

WHEN: Thursday, November 15, 2018

LOCATION: 820 Barrows Hall, UC Berkeley

Co-sponsored by the Social Science Matrix, the Jack Citrin Center for Public Opinion Research, and the Berkeley Public Law and Policy Program

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