Michigan Election Law Project
The Michigan Election Law Project (MELP) creates nonpartisan opportunities for Michigan law students to explore the field of election, campaign and voting rights law in order to help the democratic process achieve its full potential.Founded in 2004, the organization brings together law students, professors, alumni, practitioners, and others in legal research, debate and community action designed to protect and expand civic and political participation, especially by members of historically disfranchised communities. The main activities of the Michigan Election Law Project include:
To learn more about the Michigan Election Law Project, please visit our website. For more information regarding MELP, please contact us via e-mail.
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