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Legal Intern

Ree Morrow is a rising 3rd-year law student at the University of Connecticut School of Law. She graduated from Oklahoma City University with a MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Arts Administration in 2018 and from St. Gregory’s University with a BA in Theology, Philosophy, and History in 2016. During law school, Ree has interned with the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston: Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and the Connecticut Community Law Center. She spent her 2L spring at the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Ree is from Oklahoma City, OK and plans to move to Washington, DC after graduation. During her spare time, she enjoys road trip to historic sites, listening to audiobooks, and taking her cat on walks around the park.

On July 1, in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee, the Supreme Court dealt a significant blow to the freedom to vote. The decision held that Arizona laws discounting ballots cast out of precinct and banning nonrelative neighbors or friends to deliver mail-in ballots did not violate the Voting Rights Act of 1965, despite these laws’ negative effects on Black and brown voters. It is a major loss for voting rights at a time when this sacred freedom is under attack across the nation. 

The mission of the League of Women Voters is to empower voters and defend democracy. In the first half of 2021, LWV has done just that through a variety of cases nationwide.