Daniel P. Tokaji
Professor, Moritz College of Law
Professor Tokaji is an authority on election law and voting rights. He specializes in election reform, including such topics as voting technology, voter ID, provisional voting, and other subjects addressed by the Help America Vote Act of 2002. He also studies issues of fair representation, including redistricting and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Professor Tokaji’s scholarship addresses questions of political equality, racial justice, and the role of the federal courts in American democracy, with a special focus on election administration. Among the publications in which his work has appeared are the Michigan Law Review, Stanford Law & Policy Review, and Yale Law Journal. He is a co-author of the casebook Election Law: Cases and Materials (4th ed. 2008) and co-editor of Election Law Journal.