Paul M Smith is VP for Litigation & Strategy at the Campaign Legal Center and a Visiting Professor from Practice Georgetown Law where he teaches Election Law. He has argued 21 cases in the US Supreme Court. These include number election-related cases. Last year he argued Gill v. Whitford, the Wisconsin gerrymandering case, and Husted v. APRI, a challenge to the Ohio practice of mass voter purges. This Term, he is counsel to the League of Women Voters plaintiff group in the Rucho gerrymandering case that was just argued in the Court. Mr. Smith also has a long record of involvement in the movement for LGBTQ equality, including arguing the landmark Lawrence v Texas case in the Supreme Court in 2003.