Columbia Law Professors Delve into Key Issues in 2018 Midterm Elections

Faculty offer insights and perspectives on the midterm elections and their respective areas of expertise, including climate change, tax policy, immigration, and voting rights.

The run-up to the Nov. 6 U.S. midterm elections has galvanized Democrats and Republicans, leading pollsters to predict record-high voter turnout on Election Day. Fierce policy debates over immigration, the economy, taxes, and healthcare are among the issues driving and defining pivotal House and Senate races.

To better understand what’s at stake, the Columbia University news team interviewed faculty experts across a range of issues, including four Columbia Law School professors, for their insights:

Check back in the coming weeks for faculty commentary, analysis, and opinion on the results and potential implications of the midterm elections.

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Published on November 1, 2018