Law School alumni are among the leaders in the political law field. Prominent alumni include, but are not limited to:
Bobby Burchfield: represented the Republican National Committee in the first major challenge to the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Law.
Michael Carvin: represented George W. Bush in Bush v. Gore.
Joshua Douglas: Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law, where he teaches classes and focuses his research on election law: vote counting rules and disputes, judicial interaction with the election process, and procedural aspects of election law.
Rebecca Gordon: author of the leading treatise on federal lobbying rules, and represents the DNC, DSCC, and "Obama for America" as partner at Perkins Coie.
Ronald Jacobs: founder of political law department at Venable LLP. Read More.
Larry Noble: Of Counsel at Skadden Arps, former Executive Director of the Center for Responsive Politics, and former General Counsel at the Federal Election Commission.
Neil Reiff: Partner at Sandler Reiff Young & Lamb, a leading law firm that represents state-level candidates.
Karl Sandstrom: Of Counsel at Perkins Coie and former FEC Commissioner.