Legacies of the Great Society
    • About:

      Dale Ho is the director of the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project, which is dedicated to defending the freedom of all Americans to exercise the most fundamental right in our democracy—the right to vote. His work includes litigation to combat voter suppression and legislative advocacy to open new opportunities for participation for the historically disenfranchised. He has litigated cases under the federal Voting Rights Act and the National Voter Registration Act, including Shelby County v. Holder and Frank v. Walker. Dale is an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn Law School and NYU School of Law, and has published over half a dozen academic articles on issues such as redistricting and voting rights in journals including the Florida Law Review, the Richmond Law Review, and the Stanford Law & Policy Review.