Barack Ferrazzano Partner Robert Shapiro explains the Electoral College on ABC 7’s NewsViews
On Sunday October 28, 2012, Barack Ferrazzano’s Robert E. Shapiro appeared on ABC 7 NewsViews episode to explain the origins and the current state of the U.S. Electoral College. With only days until the national presidential election, Rob, whom also is a professor of philosophy at Saint Xavier University, provided valuable insight as to how our voting system works and how it could affect the outcome of the election.
Click here to view Rob’s appearance on NewsViews.
In addition, Rob wrote an article about partisanship in today’s government which is featured in the Guest Commentary section of the Southtown Star, a Chicago Sun-Times publication, on October 19, 2012.
About Saint Xavier University
Saint Xavier University, located on the Southside of Chicago and founded in 1846 by the Sisters of Mercy, is a Catholic education institution dedicated to helping students pursue a worthwhile life as well as prepare to make a living -- not for themselves alone but in the context of social concern and community involvement.
About Barack Ferrazzano
Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP was founded in 1984, with the vision to create a new model that departed from the standard "mega-firm" approach and, instead, focused on delivering efficient, team-oriented services of the highest quality. Our founding partners - two highly respected law professors at Northwestern University and two former members of a prominent Chicago firm - were soon joined by like-minded colleagues and we have grown steadily ever since. The high levels of internal flexibility and extraordinary talent within our organization allow us to craft unusually practical and economical solutions to match client challenges and needs. This business-oriented approach has led many clients to engage Barack Ferrazzano to handle complex, time-sensitive, and high-stakes matters. Our attorneys leverage the environment we have created to become some of the finest lawyers available today.