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Fordham Law Advocates for Voter Rights (FLAVR)

Fordham Law Advocates for Voter Rights (FLAVR) is a nonpartisan organization of law students at Fordham University devoted to protecting and expanding the right to vote. As the next generation of lawyers, we have a responsibility to protect the rights and freedoms of our community – at Fordham, in New York, and around the country.  

To find out more about our work – or to join our team – contact us at:

Voter Toolkit

Register to vote

Register to vote, or check your registration, at:

Find out when, where, and how to vote

Find out where to vote, how to vote, voter ID requirements, and see what will be on your ballot at:

Request an absentee ballot

Request an absentee ballot at:

To protect our communities, we encourage you to practice social distancing and take preventative measures to protect your health and safety – as well as the health and safety of your friends, family, and the broader community. Absentee ballots allow you to stay home and make your voice heard.

Sign up to be a poll worker

Support your community on election day. Poll workers help set up voting machines, hand out ballots, assist voters with disabilities, check in voters, and review IDs when required. Sign up at:


Host a voter registration drive, join existing efforts in your area, or make sure your friends and family are registered. Sign up at:

Phone bank or text bank

Make calls, send texts, or join a virtual house party, and get out the vote from anywhere! Sign up at:

Respond to the 2020 Census

Please take a few moments to fill out your questionnaire by mail, phone, or online and ensure that your community gets essential funding and resources for the coming decade.

Your census responses are confidential. The Census Bureau is not allowed to share your individual information with other government agencies, immigration officials, or the public. Language assistance is available. The online questionnaire and telephone assistance are available in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Tagalog, Polish, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, and Japanese.

Find out more at:

Learn More


Learn about the dangers of partisan gerrymandering and non-partisan redistricting efforts at:

Voting rights restoration

Felony disfranchisement laws prevent nearly 6 million Americans with from voting. Learn more at:

2020-2021 Board Members

Sonia Montejano, Class of 2024 – Co-President

Nora Donnelly, Class of 2024 – Co-President

Jordan Hutt, Class of 2024 – Vice President

Tien Le, LLM Student – DEI & Outreach Chair

Alexa Green, Class of 2024 – Voter Engagement

Chase Cooper, Class of 2024 – Policy & Education

Sofia Rocher, Class of 2025 (Evening) – Social Media, Marketing & Communications Chair

Cameron Kasanzew, Class of 2023 – 3L Advisor

Jaqueline Bartha, Class of 2023 – 3L Advisor

Omar Nesheiwat, Class of 2023 – 3L Advisor

To find out more or get involved:

Fordham Law Advocates for Voter Rights

150 West 62nd Street 
New York, NY 10023