The Justice Department and the New Black Panthers Voting Rights Controversy

South Orange County and Newport Harbor Bar Associations present J. Christian Adams (click here for details)

Date: Wednesday, April 6th, 12:00 noon
Location: The Newport Radisson, 4545 Macarthur Blvd., Newport Beach
Cost: $40 for members of these bar associations and bench officers; $45 for non-members
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J. Christian Adams is the founder of the Election Law Center, in McLean, Virginia.   He served in the Voting Section at the United States Department of Justice where he brought a wide range of election cases to protect racial minorities ranging from vote dilution to redistricting lawsuits.  He has also brought cases involving military voting protections and voter intimidation cases, including one against the New Black Panther Party.  He litigated the successful Voting Rights Act case of United States vs. Ike Brown, marking the first use of the law to protect a discriminated against white minority.  Prior to his time at the DOJ, he served as General Counsel to the South Carolina Secretary of State and was in private practice in Virginia.  He is also a contributing columnist covering elections and the Justice Department at Pajamas  He has discussed election law issues on Fox News, CNN, NBC, CBS and has published columns regarding election law in the Washington Examiner and Washington Times.  He has appeared on over 50 radio talk shows to discuss election issues including on NPR, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham and Roger Hedgcock.   He has a J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law and a B.A. in English from West Virginia University.  He is a member of the South Carolina and Virginia Bars.

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