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Nathaniel Haas
USC Gould School of Law

Nathaniel Haas

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 10, 2021




Nathaniel Haas is a litigation associate in the Los Angeles office of Kirkland & Ellis. His practice includes complex commercial litigation, regulatory and governmental affairs, and internal investigations. He teaches LAW 520: Introduction to the American Legal System as a lecturer in law at the USC Gould School of Law.

Haas clerked for the Honorable Morgan B. Christen on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals from 2020-21. He received his law degree from the USC Gould School of Law, and also received his undergraduate degree in political science and economics from USC.  

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Kenosha News
January 24, 2022
Re: Franita Tolson

Franita Tolson was interviewed about Republicans' success in blocking voter rights legislation. "A lot of states have voter I.D. laws, but it's important to distinguish between types of voter I.D. laws to the extent that a state has a restrictive one," she said. "But what we saw in the wake of the Shelby County decision was states enacted more restrictive voter IDs, voter I.D. laws because they don't have to preclear with the federal government."

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