Paul Moke is Professor of Political Science, and he teaches courses in American politics, criminal justice, and constitutional law. Paul holds a MA in Social Science from the University of Chicago (1976), a Juris Doctorate from the Ohio State University School of Law (1982), and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati (1993). His research interests include voting rights, judicial selection systems, environmental politics, and Appalachian studies. Apart from his published work in law journals and a current book-length manuscript on former Chief Justice Earl Warren, Paul has served as legal counsel in several leading voting rights cases in Ohio, including Stewart v. Blackwell and NAACP v. Husted. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and formerly served as its President. His hobbies include folk/rock guitar, long-distance swimming and cycling, and renovating old cars.