Richard H. Pildes

Richard H. Pildes

Richard H. Pildes is a law professor at the New York University School of Law, a leading expert on election law, and a public intellectual. He is one of the nation's leading scholars of public law and a specialist in legal issues affecting democracy. Wikipedia*

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Richard H. Pildes has six videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1993 Forum as a Professor for the Law School of the University of Michigan. The year with the most videos was 2016 with two videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2014 with an average of 547 views per program. Most appearances with Donald B. Verrilli Jr. (2). Most common tags: Voters & Registration, African Americans.

Appearances by Title:c. August 1, 2001 - Present Professor, New York University School of Law Videos: 4

Previously

Professor, Law School, University of Michigan c. August 1, 1993 - c. August 1, 2001 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Viability of Third Parties

    Viability of Third Parties

    Experts debated whether a third party can succeed in a two-party system. “The Role of Parties (and Third Parties)” was the first panel…

  • Democracy, Elections, and the Vote

    Democracy, Elections, and the Vote

    Akhil Reed Amar and Richard Pildes talked about the evolution of the democratic process and the establishment of a…

  • Alabama Redistricting Oral Argument

    Alabama Redistricting Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in two consolidated cases, Alabama Democratic Conference v. Alabama and Alabama…

  • <em>Voting Rights--and Wrongs</em>

    Voting Rights--and Wrongs

    Abigail Thernstrom talked about the book she co-authored, Voting Rights--and Wrongs: The Elusive Quest for Racially Fair…

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