Jessica Levinson

Does money drive elections? Campaign finance and disinformation.

As part of the Campaign 2020 Lecture Series in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University, Loyola Law School Professor (and BCLA alum) Jessica Levinson presents a short lecture on how money impacts elections.


Jessica Levinson is a professor at Loyola Law School where she studies election laws and governance issues and the Supreme Court. She is the Director of Loyola’s Public Service Institute and the Associate Director of Loyola’s Journalist Law School. Levinson recently launched a podcast about the intersection of politics and the law called, Passing Judgment. She also has a weekly legal segment on NPR station KCRW and is a contributor to NBC News online. Levinson is the past president of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission.