Secure Democracy Secure Voting: Law, Policy, and Technology   

RSVP to attend the Secure Democracy Secure Voting event

Hosted and sponsored by the Institute for Privacy Protection, The American Constitution Society, and The Black Law Students Association

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 ¦ 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Seton Hall Law School, Faculty Library

Approximately 2 NJ and PA - pending confirmation

$15 per person (includes CLE credits) - Limited space available.
Seton Hall Law alums, students, and faculty may attend for free.
(Refund Policy)

CLE Financial Assistance is available for qualified registrants. Learn more here.

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Although the Senate Intelligence Committee recently reviewed security planning by state and local election officials as part of its investigation into foreign interference in the 2016 election and concluded “that U.S. election infrastructure is fundamentally resilient”, concerns about election integrity persist at every level of our government. As mid-term elections approach, government officials, local citizens, advocates, and attorneys continue to grapple with the complexities of securing the vote in advance of November 6, 2018. On October 2, 2018, The Institute for Privacy Protection will host a CLE including speakers from the Brennan Center. Our speakers will discuss the role of law, policy, and technology in maintaining secure elections. This CLE will allow registrants to become more familiar with the following: cybersecurity voting issues, the use of blockchain as it relates to election integrity and cybersecurity, different ways government officials might enhance prevention, detection, and remediation around election integrity issues, and applicable laws and policies. The registration fee is $15.00. Seton Hall alums, students, and faculty may attend for free.

Program agenda
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If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact [email protected].






Note: Please include any titles or suffixes you'd like to be included on your name tag. E.g.The Honorable Jane P. Smith John L. Smith, Esq. Professor Jane Smith John Smith, Jr., Esq. Dean Jane P. Smith  

CLE Information

New Jersey is now an approved jurisdiction of New York Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits thus allowing attorneys admitted in New York to attend and earn credits for programs accredited by New Jersey. Since Seton Hall Law School is an accredited provider of New Jersey CLE courses and the event will take place in New Jersey, New York has granted reciprocity to our program. Therefore, pursuant to New York rules, we will no longer issue New York CLE certificates. However, you will receive a New Jersey CLE certificate for your attendance which may be used to seek credit in New York. For more information on NY rules please see page 15 of the NY State CLE regulations and guidelines available at

Seton Hall Law School is also an accredited provider for Pennsylvania CLE. If you are seeking Pennsylvania CLE credits, please be sure to provide your Pennsylvania attorney identification number and request a Pennsylvania certification and evaluation form at registration (check-in).

If requesting CLE credit, please confirm (below) that you are a practicing attorney.

I (  )  that I am a practicing attorney and request NJ CLE credits for attending this program. I understand that only a NJ Certificate of Attendance will be issued for my attendance and that I may use same to seek reciprocity for other jurisdictions including NY.

I (  )   that I am a practicing attorney and request PA CLE credits for attending this program. I understand that on the day of the event, I will need to provide Seton Hall University School of Law with my PA attorney identification number in order to receive the credits. PA credits will be available electronically; no Certificate of Attendance will be issued.