Writing, Presentations, Program Design, and More
Top 10 Tips for the November Election from 10 ABA Presidents
Provided consulting services on substantive content and delivery (Video to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, the 10 female presidents of the American Bar Association reflect on the suffragist sisterhood that fought to grant women the right to vote, August 2020).
The Right to Vote: Voices from Women Around the World
Executive Producer, Developed concept and corresponding script and narrative from raw video footage (Video to commemorate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, which granted many women in the US the right to vote, the ABA International Law Section, in partnership with LexisNexis and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, have compiled interviews with women around the world to share with us what the right to vote means to them, July 2020). ** Video received 2020 Outstanding Project Award from ABA International Law Section. **
The 19th Amendment Then and Now: Lessons for the 21st Century
Post Production Producer, Developed script and 12 minute narrative from raw video footage of one and half hour CLE program at 2019 ABA Annual Meeting. The program
used the Centennial of the 19th Amendment as point of entry to explore the legacies of the Amendment and engage in provocative conversations about how to ensure full and equal exercise of the right to vote for all. (Condensed summary video of program to commemorate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, ABA Commission on the 19th Amendment, 2019 Annual Meeting, August 2019).
Books and Periodicals
America Votes! Challenges to Modern Election Law and Voting Rights, Fourth Edition (2019)
Peer Reviewer of Chapters
Elkouri & Elkouri: How Arbitration Works, Eighth Edition, Cumulative Supplements (2020 and 2019)
The Geometry of Networking
After the Bar, March 2021
Restoring the Voting Rights Act in the Twenty-First Century
Human Rights, Vol 46, No. 3, March 2021
From the Nineteenth Amendment to the Twenty-First Century: Bridging the Gavel Gap
The Judges' Journal, Vol 59, No 3, Summer 2020
Looking at the Nineteenth Amendment Through a Twenty-First Century Lens
Human Rights, Vol 45, No 1, February 2020
Ensuring Access to the Ballot Box
Insights on Law and Society, Vol 20, Issue 1, November 2019
When Your Career Chooses You
2021 Spring Meeting, Plenary Session on April 13, 2021 by Elizabeth M. Yang (ABA Young Lawyers Division and Section of State and Local Government Law)
Slay the Dragon: Documentary Discussion
Panel presentation on Redistricting on February 17, 2021 by Elizabeth M. Yang, Moderator (ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice)
2020 Election Debrief: Practiced, But Not Perfect
Panel presentation on January 21, 2021 by Elizabeth M. Yang, Moderator (ABA Standing Committee on Election Law)
Predicting a Perfect Storm: COVID-19 and Election 2020
Panel presentation on October 27, 2020 by Elizabeth M. Yang, Moderator (CLE On-Demand, ABA Section of State and Local Government Law)
Representation of Women in Elective Office
Panel presentation on August 24, 2020 by Elizabeth M. Yang (Program: Gender Parity in the Electoral Process; ABA Continuing Legal Education Webinar).
The 19th Amendment Today: The Current State of Voting Rights and Women's Political Representation
Panel presentation on March 3, 2020 by Elizabeth M. Yang. (Program: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Women Having the Right to Vote; Riderwood League of Womens Voters).
Lawyers Celebrating Democracy
Panel presentation on February 14, 2020 by Elizabeth M. Yang, stressing the important role that laywers play in our voting process and in civic education. (Plenary Session: Celebrating Democracy:150 Years of Voting Rights; National Conference of Bar Presidents 2020 Midyear Meeting).
The Lawyer’s Role in Public Service
Remarks given on September 27, 2017 by Elizabeth M. Yang. (Symposium: Continuity in the Presidency: Gaps and Solutions, Building on the Legacy of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment; Fordham University Law School and co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Election Law and the Bipartisan Policy Center).