Law professor specializing in election law.
Eugene Mazo is a professor who specializes in the law of democracy. His scholarship focuses on the regulation of the political process, democratic development, and constitutional design. He has taught at Baltimore, George Mason, Maryland, Rutgers, and Wake Forest law schools. A graduate of Columbia College, Professor Mazo holds a master's degree from Harvard, a doctorate in politics from Oxford, and a law degree from Stanford.
This book offers rich histories of the significant cases in election law, including Reynolds v. Sims, Bush v. Gore, Citizens United v. FEC, and Shelby County v. Holder. Edited by Professor Mazo and Joshua A. Douglas, the book's thirteen stories concern the right to vote, redistricting and gerrymandering, campaign finance, and election administration.