Genevieve Nadeau

Genevieve Nadeau


Genevieve Nadeau uses both strategic litigation and policy advocacy to protect the rule of law and guard against democratic decline, with a recent focus on protecting free and fair elections. Among other things, she has litigated First Amendment retaliation and voter intimidation cases for Protect Democracy, and leads the legal and policy work of the National Task Force on Election Crises. Genevieve came to Protect Democracy from the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where she held several leadership roles, including Chief of the Civil Rights Division and State Enforcement Counsel. She is a graduate of UMass Amherst and Stanford Law School.

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