"It consistently publishes the research and scholarship related to election law with the most practical foundation and the most practical application, and solicits contributions from a wide variety of disciplines, not often found together in other publications."
Associate Professor of Law
Loyola Law School
Los Angeles, CA
"It is the only academic journal devoted to election law and election administration in the United States. It is a great resource for the latest scholarship in those subfields. I read every issue."
Professor of Political Science
University of Missouri-St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
"It is the only scholarly journal with a focus on election administration and law. Election Law Journal provides an outlet for research that is unlikely to be published in a more general disciplinary journal, facilitating conversations across academic disciplines and even professions."
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"It's a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal-- which is rare in legal academia but essential in multidisciplinary scholarship -- focused on important issues in election law and policy."
Joseph Lorenzo Hall, PhD
Senior Staff Technologist
The Center for Democracy & Technology
“Election Law Journal is a must-read for everyone involved in campaign finance and election law — scholars and practitioners, pundits and politicians, journalists and political consultants, lawyers and judges. No other journal covers these issues in the same way; ELJ does it with depth and sophistication but is also written in clear language.”
American Enterprise Institute for
Public Policy Research
“Election Law Journal has become a ‘must read’ for those interested in this area of law. It provides writings of topical interest from scholars and political figures alike.”
Caplin & Drysale, and Campaign Legal Center
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