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Center for Effective Lawmaking Annual Report

Center for Effective Lawmaking Annual Report 2019-2020

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Center for Effective Lawmaking Annual Report 2019-2020

The Center for Effective Lawmaking 2019-2020 Annual Report

Welcome to the 2020 edition of the Center for Effective Lawmaking Annual Report.  This overview report represents our annual means of spreading the word about the accomplishments, broad goals, and future plans for the Center.  

At a time when so many people around the world are feeling so distant from one another, we could not be more thankful for the close community of those who continue to work with us to advance the Center’s work. We thank our student interns and researchers, who have been more productive than ever, often working from home. We thank our doctoral and post-doctoral scholars, who are beginning their careers with a focus on effective lawmaking. We thank our faculty affiliates, which have recently grown to two dozen scholars across the country. Together, these researchers do the work needed to undergird the informed discussions that lead to better lawmaking.

In our new annual report you can:

  • Read testimonials from our research assistants, post-doctoral affiliates, and interns
  • View the engagement events we’ve hosted throughout the past year – including our creative pivot to online events
  • Understand how our nonprofit center is funded
  • See our future goals and growth strategies, and learn how you can help

Click here to download and read the Center for Effective Lawmaking’s Annual Report for 2019-2020

We thank you for your support. Questions about what it takes to get things done in Congress are not going away anytime soon. The Center for Effective Lawmaking is well-positioned to bring rigorous data-driven insights to those willing to wrestle with how to advance plausible solutions and institutional reforms to improve our lawmaking institutions.

To be a part of our mission, email thelawmakers@virginia.edu.

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