Modern Democracy is a blog about law, politics, and reviving the Republic.
Every generation has a responsibility to attend to the machinery of our democracy and to contribute to shaping the rules that govern our political process. It is our duty to restore a system capable of meeting modern demands and to build a nation fit for a new century. Modern Democracy follows, discusses, and proposes fundamental changes to the U.S. political system through litigation, legislation, and amendments to the Constitution.
The author of Modern Democracy is G. Michael Parsons. Michael is an Acting Assistant Professor at New York University School of Law (starting June 1, 2018) and is licensed to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Michael’s scholarship focuses on voting rights, election law, and the political process, with a particular emphasis on gerrymandering, money in politics, and emerging models of representation. His publications and draft works can be found on the Publications page. All views expressed on this blog are his own, unless otherwise noted.
Nothing appearing on this website is intended to be legal advice, and none of the content is intended as attorney advertising or a solicitation of business.