Books

Democracy by the People: Reforming Campaign Finance in America

Under contract with Cambridge University Press. Scheduled to be published in Spring 2018. With Professor Timothy K. Kuhner of the Georgia State University College of Law. 

When published, this volume will be comprised of papers from a symposium that Professor Mazo organized with Tim Kuhner, Free Speech For People, and Seton Hall Law School in April 2016. Contributors include Kent Greenfield (Boston College Law School), Richard Briffault (Columbia Law School), Yasmin Dawood (University of Toronto Faculty of Law), Keith Ewing (King's College, London), Michael Gilbert (University of Virginia School of Law), Deborah Hellman (University of Virginia School of Law), Katherine Shaw (Cardozo Law School), Ganesh Sitaraman (Vanderbilt Law School), Nicholas Stephanopoulos (University of Chicago Law School), and other leading campaign finance scholars. The book was completed in the summer of 2017, It will be published by Cambridge in Spring 2018.


Election Law Stories

Foundation Press, Law Stories Series. Published in April 2016. With Professor Joshua A. Douglas  of the University of Kentucky College of Law. 


Election Law Stories book coverEach chapter in this book tells the history of a leading case in election law, and each is authored by a foremost scholar in the field. It is part of Foundation Press’s Law Stories Series. The contributors include Richard Briffault (Columbia Law School), Guy-Uriel Charles (Duke Law School), Joshua Douglas (University of Kentucky College of Law), Heather Gerken (Yale Law School), Edward Foley (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law), Luis Fuentes-Rohwer (Indiana University Maurer School of Law), Richard Hasen (University of California,-Irvine, School of Law), Justin Levitt (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles), Ellen Katz (University of Michigan Law School), Lisa Marshall Manheim (University of Washington School of Law), Erica Newland (J.D. Yale 2015), Daniel P. Tokaji (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law), Franita Tolson (Florida State University College of Law), Bradley Smith (Capital University Law School), and Professor Mazo.

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