Vanderbilt Political Review

Brandon Wolk
Brandon is a senior from Fort Lauderdale, Florida majoring in Political Science with a concentration in American Government. Brandon is currently working on research of contemporary political theories and their involvement in constitutional and democratic issues in the United States, and political liberalism and how it relates to the US Constitution. Outside of Vanderbilt Political Review, Brandon serves as the President of 'Dores for Ronald McDonald House, and works with the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Moot Court to brief cases and present written arguments. As a home chef, Brandon is also a member of the Owen Culinary Society. Following graduation, Brandon plans gain further knowledge on how to utilize the law to advocate for justice. He is dedicated to amplifying the voices of the unheard, protecting civil liberties, and creating political awareness.

Brandon Wolk, Contributor

Oct 27, 2020
The Anti-democratic Nature of Judicial Review: How Powerful is the Court? (Story)
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Brandon Wolk