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Bush v. Gore: A Decade Later

On November 12-13, 2010, the St. Thomas Law Review hosted a comprehensive review of the 2000 election from a variety of angles including the judiciary, the practitioners involved in the legal battle, and academia. Participants included the following current and former members of the Bush and Gore legal teams, local and state government, and the judiciary who were both active and passive participants in the 2000 election:

Mr. James Bopp, former counsel to George W. Bush
Bob Butterworth, former Florida Attorney General
The Hon. Nikki Clark, First District Court of Appeal
Mr. Kendall Coffey, former counsel to Vice President Gore
Mr. Jeff Ehrlich, former Miami-Dade County attorney
Prof. Edward Foley, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
Prof. Jim Gibson, Washington University in St. Louis
Prof. Murray Greenberg, former Miami-Dade County attorney
Mr. Paul Hancock, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General
Mr. Joseph Klock, former attorney for Secretary of State Katherine Harris
Mr. Ben Kuehne,  former counsel to Vice President Gore
The Hon. R. Fred Lewis, Florida Supreme Court
Prof. Nelson Lund, George Mason University School of Law
Prof. Nathaniel Persily, Columbia Law School
Ms. Kim Tucker, former Assistant Attorney General

Transcripts and a DVD of the symposium are available for purchase from the St. Thomas Law Review.  If you would like to purchase one of these items, please email lawrev@stu.edu.