Harvard Law Today Publishes Q&A with Peter Brann on Ranked-Choice Voting

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Harvard Law Today has published a Q&A with partner Peter Brann, Ranked-choice voting, explained. In the interview, Brann argues that ranked-choice voting (RCV), which has been adopted in Maine, better ensures that the most popular candidate in any election emerges as the winner. Voters in Massachusetts and Alaska will be deciding whether to adopt RCV...

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Peter Brann Co-Teaching Popular Harvard Law School Course

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For the Fall 2020 term, partner Peter Brann will once again be offering his course at the Harvard Law School on “The Role of the State Attorney General,” co-taught with James Tierney, the former Maine Attorney General. Brann and Tierney have taught this class at Columbia and Harvard Law Schools for several years, with Harvard...

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Peter Brann Co-Teaching Harvard Law School Course

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Partner Peter Brann will once again be co–teaching a class at the Harvard Law School during the Spring 2020 term on “The Role of the State Attorney General” with James Tierney, the former Maine Attorney General. Brann and Tierney have taught this class at Columbia and Harvard Law Schools for several years, with Harvard Law...

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Peter Brann Speaks About State Attorneys General

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On January 4, 2019, Partner Peter Brann spoke on a panel at the annual convention of the American Association of Law Schools entitled, “Teaching About State Attorneys General.” In addition to a national litigation practice, including representing companies and individuals in dealings with the government, Brann is an adjunct lecturer at Harvard and Yale Law...

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