Assessing the 2018 Election Results: Governance and Political Implications
NYU School of Law is delighted to invite you to the 3rd Annual Sidley Austin Forum.
The program will examine the results of the 2018 congressional midterms and state and local contests around the country to assess their implications for governance and the political landscape.
Henry Olsen, Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center
- David Axelrod, CNN Senior Political Commentator
- Emily Ekins, Director of Polling, Cato Institute
- Ronald Klain, former Chief of Staff to Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore
- Megan McArdle, Washington Post
- Sam Stein, Politics Editor, The Daily Beast
- Doug Thornell, Managing Director, SKD Knickerbocker
- Ben Wittes, Editor-in-Chief, Lawfare and Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, Brookings Institution
If you would like to register for this event, please click here.
The Sidley Austin Forum, held annually and co-hosted by Sidley Austin LLP and NYU School of Law’s Legislative and Regulatory Process Clinic, will explore topics critical to American democracy. To learn more, please click here.
We hope you can join us!
We have requested CLE credits for those attending the Forum. If CLE is approved, credits will be both transitional and non-transitional and the event will be appropriate for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys.
The Sidley Austin Forum is held annually and co-hosted by Sidley Austin LLP and NYU School of Law’s Legislative and Regulatory Process Clinic. The Forum explores topics critical to American democracy, citizen engagement, and public service. Over Sidley’s 150-year history, the firm has been committed to honoring and supporting the rule of law in our democracy. Sidley has built a reputation as a premier legal adviser for global businesses and financial institutions with 1,900 lawyers in 20 offices worldwide.